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    UMX Beast Diving Incessently

    I just bought the UMX Beast and the first several flights were just fine. I had put the 180mah battery just at the front of the battery tray.

    I then tried to adjust the CG to where the manual says and this required shoving the battery way back on the tray. This flight was horrendous with the plane diving as soon as the power was off a bit and ended up in a crash. I've repaired the plane, but am wondering if my CG was too far back in the last flight.

    Any thoughts would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

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    RE: UMX Beast Diving Incessently

    Put it back where it was. That should be a no brainer!!!
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    RE: UMX Beast Diving Incessently

    Oh I'm definitely going to do that, but what about where the manual says it's supposed to be? I was also wondering if anyone else had experienced this.

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    RE: UMX Beast Diving Incessently

    Uncontrollable, incessant diving of a Beast? You have the special, limited edition Kamikaze (tm) Beast. Born to crash for the emperor!
    Banzai!!!

    Enjoy!
    There are Leaders, followers, and Troublemakers!
    -Capt. J.L.D., U.S.Army (ret.), my dad.

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    RE: UMX Beast Diving Incessently

    Well I took her out for a post-crash maiden and it flew perfectly. I put the batter where I had it the first flights and all was good.

    Man I love this plane.


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