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venom night ranger help

Old 06-11-2008, 06:55 PM
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Hi All

I'v just bought a Venom night ranger 3dxl any views or tips would be wecome, I have been flying a Honeybee for a while but although I can only fly foward and back with the tail towards me and left and right but very good at hovering it was the weather in the UK that has not alowed me to get more flying time.
I have read the reviews which seemed to be good and being on a limited buget, I wanted one that I could fly in light winds and was belt driven tail.

I have only had it a few days and although my first flight was OK apart fom landing a bit close to a pot plant (oops) chiped blade now fixed.
My question is that it seems a bit to sensitive on the controls, it said in the book about moving the links on the servos to the inner position which would make it less sensitive has anyone tryed this.

thanks

wac
Old 06-12-2008, 10:08 PM
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Default RE: venom night ranger help

The Venom night ranger 3dxl is the same as the Walkera 60. you should also look in that section.

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