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Old 06-20-2015, 03:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I had my 180 out today. Little or no wind! Gusts of 1 to 2 mph!
This has got to be the easiest to fly quad that i have ever flown.
I thought my Nano qx was easy, The 180qx hovers almost perfect with very little movement.
Probably not real good with more wind but that is why I have a MQX.. Don
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Flying in 2-5mph winds.


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The 180 QX in AGI mode is basically the MQX. I do miss the X or + binding the MQX has. I love flying it around in + mode. Though I also enjoy zipping around in the 180's high rate stability mode.

The MQX was my first quad and it is still one of my favorites. The 180QX is a great improvement.
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I fly mine in heavy winds and it does fine, I love to send it up high in agile mode, Kill the throttle, then power it up and watch it do flips as it falls, as it get close to ground flip it back to safe mode and watch it level it self out ..Kinda like a bail-out switch...lol
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After a little heartbreak (ok, more than a little) as it seemed my 200srx would fold in half if it got near the shadow of a tree... my 180qx is a joy to fly, especially as it's nimble, can be quick, and...
I flew it into the top of a tall tree across the street, and it got stuck in the treetop. Fearfully, and knowing I couldn't afford the means to get it back from that height in any *normal* fashion, I goosed the throttle a couple times. That shook it loose, and I cringed a little every time it hit a branch on the way down.
Finally, when it landed in the grass under the tree, I walked over to check it out. I had to slip a motor back into place where it had shifted a little, then I was able to fly my little quad back home.

I know it ain't a weight lifter, and will never be much more than a fun toy, but I love my li'l 180.
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Old 08-28-2015, 09:39 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I fly mine in heavy winds and it does fine, I love to send it up high in agile mode, Kill the throttle, then power it up and watch it do flips as it falls, as it get close to ground flip it back to safe mode and watch it level it self out ..Kinda like a bail-out switch...lol
Hhhmmm...I wonder if the Stagility mixing would provide the same result...without the need for switching back to stability mode
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