|09-03-2016, 02:12 PM||#11|
I am: Trevor Haskett
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Guelph, Ontario
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Re: Learning To Fly in Agility Modes
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You say you've done a lot of RC in your life. Did you ever fly planks (i.e. airplanes)? If you've already trained your brain to use the correct aileron whether the plane is flying away, towards, or across your line-of-sight, then this will help a bunch. The trick with a quad (or heli) for me, was to keep it flying forwards - then it behaves a lot like a plane. This requires that you're always using your rudder to keep the aircraft oriented with forward flight.
Like the other posters wrote - when you switch to FPV, it's even easier to fly agility mode than LOS... as long as you keep it flying forwards and stay on top of the rudder.
Simulator time will get you into the 'zone' faster than reality, cuz broken stuff is instantly fixed to fly again. Have fun!
Radios: JR 9303 and Taranis
Rookie FPV quad racer (Minion), and average heli pilot (Trex 500, Trex 450, MCPx)
Lotsa planks and a Stampede for FPV with my kids!
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