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Old 01-13-2012, 08:35 AM
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Default Plettenberg Advance and CC80HV

Hey Guys

Just maidened my Wind Pro yesterday and it flys great. I do however have a "clicking sound" at throttle settings greater than 3/4. I am wondering if I have to change some of the CC80HV settings to get rid of it. The motor has tons of power and battery/ESC/motor temps are very low after a 6 minute flight. Has anyone experience with this motor/ESC combo and if so can you suggest some settings for the ESC especially in regards to timing?

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Default RE: Plettenberg Advance and CC80HV



If this is a ICE controllerwhen the logging is enabled it can knock in some setups

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Default RE: Plettenberg Advance and CC80HV

You have to clear your data logging every few flights. Mine did that also. Now I just don't have it on unless I want to log a flight.

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Default RE: Plettenberg Advance and CC80HV

Thanks for the info guys. Now that it is mentioned I do have a neuron firing about it. I'll disable the logging today.

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MJ

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