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  1. #1
    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    Got my orange QR-1 !!!

    Hey Guys,

    Well, after almost a month, it arrived! I wasn't able to chose the color and I got orange!

    I charged both batteries, and when they were ready I started flying in my room...

    Did not read the manual until I used both batteries and after the first one I was flying pretty good...

    I can't believe it's so easy in normal mode! I simple love it! I don't have anything negative to say...

    I bumped into walls and other things a few times, it fall from 4 feet into the ground a couple of times, still in one piece...

    And, after reading the "problem" with the motor wires, the first thing I did was to install adhesive foam pads on each one (only two shown, taken from #4915)...



    Well, time to fly a little more and work on my custom helipad...

    200, 202, 420, humor 404, 301 to rc10talk, 410.

  2. #2
    RC poster
    Join Date
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    Another hint, put 1mm of a Capri Sun straw between your propeller and motor to protect it against crashes. If I would've done this I probably would still have a flying QR-1.

  3. #3
    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    Some pictures I took....



    4 AAA batteries for the TX...



    Mini screw driver...



    Spare blades...



    Dual 1S LiPo charger...



    USB cable for the charger...



    And, two 1S 240mAh LiPo batteries...



    I'll post a few more pictures later on...
    200, 202, 420, humor 404, 301 to rc10talk, 410.

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