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Old 03-26-2012, 02:18 PM   #79 (permalink)
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Yeah, I do mostly hovers and forward flight with some flips and rolls. I/U 1 is 75% throttle which is where I fly at for learning. I/U 2 is 100% which I don't use much. If it feels windy or gusty then I just do orientation hovers which seem to be a biatch in the wind.

As far as keeping track of batteries I write my own serial number on them and keep track in a log book. I'll probably end up writing a flight log program so I can keep track of the bird and battery cell voltage and flight time and returning temperature etc. That way I can track battery performance with more meaningful statistics. The less I have to remember and guess at the better!
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