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mickey_mouse
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 11:27 pm
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Do you guys leave the antenna dangling down from the nose of the Quark while flying? The manual says you should let the antenna hang down and wrapping it around the fuselage or anything like that will interfere with the reception, is that true? I think that the antenna hanging down doesn't look good Confused Also, wouldn't it also be a cause of vibration?
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silhouette015
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 08, 2008 2:00 pm
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It's really better to leave the antenna dangling down. I've tried tying the antenna around one of the landing gears and flew around. It turns out that when I flew around my backyard the helicopter lost control at the very enge of my lawn. I thought I was going to crash! Luckily the wind blew it back or something and I regained control.

So I tried untying the antenna and flew the Quark again, this time no problems! Haven't had any kind of signal interferences after my antenna is dangling down..
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