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Band1086

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Can anyone tell me the difference between these two units besides color and sensor size?

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02-04-2017 12:08 AM
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The silverline's sensor is immune to vibration vs blue line.

- Scott

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cudaboy_71

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Not to say blue line is bad. It's better than the black sensor and I flew those with nitro for years.

if it ain't broke, break it.

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Band1086

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Great info. So, the 5.3 or whatever software is the same on both?

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dbcaster

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The main units and software are all the same. Black, blue, or silver main units all store the same software and work the same. The only difference is in the external sensor. The Silverline external sensor is the best of the three.

Some arguments are sound and nothing more

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Heli Fanatix

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Technically
The Mainboards are the processors
- hardware are same among the color variants

The sensors (whatever color it may be)
- is where the data is stored
- If you don't have the sensors connected, no data will be stored.

- Scott

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Ronald Thomas

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Data is not stored in the sensors, it is stored in the main unit. That is why you can swap sensors and not lose settings, logs etc...

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Heli Fanatix

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Last time I swapped sensors, my silverline stopped working. I don't know it was coincidental or a random incident. Not quite sure.

But I did learn this:
- ALWAYS CHECK THE COMPENSATION prior to flight.

- Scott

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Band1086

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Thank you everyone for your answers, most informative.

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02-05-2017 05:04 PM
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Heli Fanatix

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BTW

Watch at YouTube

At the 2:30 mark, Mr Mel states that data is stored in the sensor.

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Ronald Thomas

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The data is not stored in the sensor

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Ronald Thomas

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Last time I swapped sensors, my silverline stopped working. I don't know it was coincidental or a random incident. Not quite sure.
But I did learn this:
- ALWAYS CHECK THE COMPENSATION prior to flight.
- Scott
If you swap the sensor and do not change the orientation of how the sensor is mounted, it will fly exactly the same..

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Heli Fanatix

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OK .. thanks for letting me know

- Scott

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