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allupndown

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Wondering if anyone has tested the vbar rescue feature with low head speeds and what kind of results it's yielding.

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09-18-2016 04:25 PM
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Santiago P

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I cannot speak for the NEO, but lower head speeds do not affect my Diabolo@1400rpm with Bavarian Demon rescue, and it will work at lower if the setup is correct for that RPM.

The terms HHS and LHS are relative and misused these days.
Correct RPM is whatever the hell one needs for the task at hand.

For my 700:
hover 1200-1500
Sport flying 1500-1850
3D 1600-1900
Speed >2650

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09-18-2016 05:21 PM
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Ronald Thomas

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Head speed does not matter. It works..

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09-18-2016 09:05 PM
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allupndown

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It still blows me away to see some of the head speeds being used especially on bigger ships. I can still hear echoes of my FB Raptor 50 running at 2000ish and just waiting for it to scatter lol.

I should have been more descriptive but my reference to LHS was regarding 700 size and up scalers. I'm hearing of a lot of these running at 1200-1500 (roughly) but was curious more than anything as to what HS is too low for rescue to work.

Do you guys have any recommendations for HS on a 700 size 2 bladed head scale bird ? (with some breathing room on available power/collective)

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09-19-2016 05:00 AM
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