voicecoils wrote:Is it setting it up properly that takes time or learning to make constant adjustments to try to hold it in position in the hover? I played around with my FP100's trim settings on the transmitter and really didn't see much change in flight characteristics although I could see what they should be doing in principle.
E-racer wrote:I love my mcpx I probably fly it almost every day! I've probably crashed mine 500 times mainly trying to throw a 3d trick when the batt is getting low. They are relentlessly durable. I dont reccomend the weighted blades for any flying at all. From hovering all the way to my messy attempts at tic tocs I find the normal blades to be better. When your stock mini tail motor begins to wear out (will do so quickly) go for the 120sr tail motor setup. You will have to cut down the 120sr tail rotor just a little bit.
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