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Old 04-01-2010, 10:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I Just want to say that ive now put many many flights on my 450 pro and 500 esp..Without a hickup...Something for all news guys that i will share which i feel is key to get the most outa your cp2 ..Is to dial it in each time you fly at a different location .And in different weather ..These 2 things will always change the way the cp2 flys...Take the 2 mins to adjust your flight angles and enjoy a way better experince with this unit..I have flown in all conditions with weather in tight areas etc...AND each time i needed to adjust the angles a tad..Not much at all but a bit...And doing that will ensure you a way better cp2 experince IMO..Just thought id share this with guys.Have a great day Guys
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Old 04-01-2010, 11:17 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 04-01-2010, 11:47 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Ummmm pril,

Auto trim and flight angles are two separate functions with in the CPII, whether you have auto trim on or off you can adjust your flight angles to compensate for drift.
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Old 04-01-2010, 11:57 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Ummmm pril,

Auto trim and flight angles are two separate functions with in the CPII, whether you have auto trim on or off you can adjust your flight angles to compensate for drift.


Night as always on this cp2 ..You are correct....I do not post here unless i am sure of what the hell i am talking about...Which by the way isnt much ...Some people just need to chime in and say something before they think..Which isnt good for others out here...Hopefully guys will only speak when there sure of what there talking about here..Because we all know its a little tricky at frist to get thing right ..And chiming in on post when ya dont know whats what is a little aggervating.....Cudos to you for the right info as always ....
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I understand what your trying to say , but the post was about adjusting flight angles for flying at different areas and condtions.
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I understand what your trying to say , but the post was about adjusting flight angles for flying at different areas and condtions.


Thank you for clearing that up ...areas temps etc ..every flight i had in these different sereinos was a little twik here and there to get it to hover in a stand still position....But new guys take the time to do this twicking and you will be rewarded with a cool flights and from no input on the sticks to very very little input for a great ease of flight....Thats all i am trying to get across to the new guys Getting use to this cp2 ..
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OK, thanks NF
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