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04 Jul 2020 13:16:48
VIDEO or it didn't happen!! :) Nice going though, keep it up!
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02 Jul 2020 19:46:48
whoelseisbored (LiamHowe89):
02 Jul 2020 17:45:19
Sounds basic but I'm happy with it  :laugh:
whoelseisbored (LiamHowe89):
02 Jul 2020 17:45:05
Managed a split s :D
28 Jun 2020 12:29:49
BF GPS Rescue mode configured - what could possibly go wrong?   :o
27 Jun 2020 21:07:37
and can't make it back to where you take off from   :laugh:
27 Jun 2020 21:07:04
it's too windy if you fly downwind
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27 Jun 2020 20:51:32
I have done Dynamic Soaring in over 55mph, and quad flying in over 25mph with the right equipment.
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26 Jun 2020 16:44:24
How windy is too windy? :hmm:
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25 Jun 2020 22:58:29
YASSSS!! Flew a full 2 packs and no motors going nuts on me!  :D
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Started by sausageroll, Sunday,September 02, 2012, 18:54:32

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Well erm nice aerobatics rough landing  :shrug:
Its good that people can share the good flights and the bad  ~~
I think your mate is right probably time for a new design  :rolleyes:


Well I could always make the same design out of something stronger, and weaken the legs, so that in future the legs go and the chassis just hits the ground flat. The legs i recon took 90 percent of the load by bending like that. Modifying the legs into a springer design has gotta be the first thing to change...


How about one of these puppies, the gimble just clips on the one I showed you the other night, the battery tray also clips on and they can all be positioned for the right C/G, I will get one of these some time soon  ~~




...wheres the fun in flying something someone else designed and dosn't break when you crash it...


Very good point so buy another for when you keep crashing the big fella  :whistling:


Keep?! Hah. This only crashed caus I crashed it. I know not to do that now. It should last a while until something fails mechanically and all of that stuff is pretty good....


ooops keep might have been the wrong word  :-/ should have said for the rare occasional  mishap or dumb thumb moment  :rolleyes:  ~~



Well I was having a lot of fun watching the gopro gyro levelling. I was moving it from side to side, and I moved a bit too agressivly and it somehow lost control, think it flipped over.


Looks like its gonna be ok.



Ive got a big machine vice with ground flat jaws from my mililng machine, I used that and then the tougher bits, I layed it flat on a bit of thick MDF which was pretty flat, and whacked it with a block of nylon.


We have the same drop but you are lucky your copter is one piece, mine is - finito - now :cry, it comes down from 60 meters :bravo:


That was an odd crash - not sure you can blame yourself for that - would have thought the software could cope with you moving the copter whilst in GPS hold.



I would of thought that if you just let go of the sticks it should level up on its own  ;)


Monday,September 03, 2012, 18:26:18 #15 Last Edit: Monday,September 03, 2012, 19:29:42 by Gav
i have an original kk board on my hack about quad and once i took it up until it was a spec in the sky.  I lowered the throttle for decent and as it came into view it was upside down lol.  With the stock stick scaling settings I was not able to flip it back and basically drilled into the dirt lol.   I reckon I dropped the throttle too much.  I cut out a couple of new G10 frame plates and new B n Q 10mm boom (only 1 broke) and back in the air again.


Had a good day bending today.

This is what I had to deal with,


USing a big machine vice, blow torch, and obviously loads of skill and talent (lol) amazingly ive managed to fix it.


Thats what I like about aluminium over something like CF, CF would have snapped, this takes the shock and bends, and can be fixed by bending back. That was a very hard crash, and its fixed with no extra money or parts just a bit of careful bending...


Looking a lot better now soon be back in the air again  :bravo:


what size motors n props are you running on that beast, pete?