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08 Jul 2020 10:22:40
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07 Jul 2020 11:53:34
Little known fact, if you push a runner bean seed up your nose the moisture will cause it to germinate, and expand.You wont get any beans though just  two black eyes. :o
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VIDEO or it didn't happen!! :) Nice going though, keep it up!
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mini kk2 board height damping ???

Started by crash pilot, Tuesday,August 25, 2015, 10:10:46

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crash pilot

Hello all I have a stupid question about the kk2 board I have. I have been looking in the settings and found this height damping thing. I have looked through various online manuals but I need it explained to me a bit better. Not saying I am thick just physically challenged  :laugh:  what I want to know is what exactly does it do. Is it a head and hold thing or does it stop the quad from powering into the floor when going forward. My last quad I just threw it on and minor adjustments to pid settings and it flew good but was always on the throttle and elevator to stop it hitting floor. So I kind of wondered if this was what it was for any light on this subject very much appreciated Andy


Height Dampening is a feature which acts a bit like an altitude hold when you pitch/roll. Normally when you pitch/roll you lose altitude. When Height Dampening is set correctly it should compensate for this by increasing throttle as you pitch/roll.

crash pilot