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Old 03-27-2016, 05:54 PM   #13 (permalink)
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The frustrating part is knowing that most crashes are from assumptions and mistaken beliefs.....preventable.

Theres enough going on with micro Helis and simple quadcopters that its easy to over look the obvious proper motor rotation .

One way to look at it ,if it makes you more aware of the minor details of whatever your working on ,thats good.I handle my Lipos with a healthy amount of paranoia .

Between the sim ,micros ,and quads I gotta be between 500 and a thousand hours .....cant imagine the wreck less abandon of someone picking up a phantom from bestbuy and hitting the local park.BTW I still fly alone far away from anyone.
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