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01-23-2013 05:18 AM  5 years agoPost 21
highrpm

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Just thought I'd post a follow up after flying in an indoor spot. I'm happy to report that I in fact was able to get my nano inverted! Only briefly but still a momentary hover then was able to add enough negative collective to power back to upright.
I actually had never considered that full collective and full cyclic would cause excessive pitch and bog the motor.
So what does this mean for larger helis? Can I expect a similar bogging if I give too many inputs ?
Thanks

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01-23-2013 05:32 AM  5 years agoPost 22
AWittleWabbit

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O.C., CA

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The nano bogs easier in general. It will help teach collective management. Depending on the pitch range and power, nearly everything can bog if you try hard enough.

Heli-itis sufferer.

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01-25-2013 03:22 AM  5 years agoPost 23
dbldins

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Nicholasville,Ky.

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The advertisement surely makes the mcpx look VERY capable of hard 3d rtf. I do have to wonder how it would act in idle up. The tail seems to have a little twitch. I flew my old blade cp last night and had another reflective course on rotational torque. I like the mcpx just gettin the area to flip is the Q.

I wish I still flew!!!

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