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Best first adjustments for EXP


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Hi all!

I'm 2 weeks and about 10 hours into flying my EXP (my first quad) and trying to figure out how to get a little more performance out of the stock set up. Any suggestions?

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On 5/14/2021 at 4:23 PM, Bigsnaff said:

Hi all!

I'm 2 weeks and about 10 hours into flying my EXP (my first quad) and trying to figure out how to get a little more performance out of the stock set up. Any suggestions?

You won't get much more out of the stock set-up. It designed to prevent total failure on the part of a first-timer without experienced advice and physical help during set-up and first flights. Once you're comfortable with assembly, line layout, launch and basic flight like turns, circles, figures of eight, etc., it's time for longer top leaders (search leaders on this forum) so you can add brake. This will increase control of reverse flight and inverted hover. You'll still need many more hours of time on the lines before you master these two VERY basic moves, but once you're comfy with them, everything else will be much easier to learn.

Smile, have fun, and don't forget to breathe.

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Thank you! Since I posted this I got the extended top leaders and they made a world of difference. I also got 15' and 30' lines and a 3winds UL to play in light wind. When I went back to the EXP it was so much easier to fly!

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