Something to bear in mind. If you fail to make a note of OEM channel settings prior to making changes you can end up making your aircraft unflyable. Many have done precisely that and lacked the ability to return the settings to OEM positions because they failed to record a starting point.
Correcting that issue is not a covered warranty repair.
I didn't know that the arm button & the throttle were were mixed on the same channel, but after the H crashed, I was extremely motivated to find the cause.So basically what benefits could you get from messing around with theses settings? Personally I find it strange why people want to try and tweak for sometimes such little benefit. But that's just me.Of course it's great to know how things function and the processes involved, but...
It's a shame that someone has to have pain to enlighten I was trying to put across that knowledge works in many ways and how we execute it, we can successfully "tweak" something, but push and it all goes wrong, understand and know the limitations, or for some "back off I not touching that" it's all personal choice, I very happy dealing with situations on the ground, with something that fly's I'm a little more wary, seen lots of crashes with model aircraft which was a learning curve. I feel the copter pretty much does what it's suppose to do, keeping it going is now the big question with support and spares becoming a problem. Fitting of parts and a few mods like the Steadydrive posted on here are fine, I certainly wouldn't consider 3rd party props, I'm sorry you had to have a crash, hopefully it's just one or a small isolated incident.I didn't know that the arm button & the throttle were were mixed on the same channel, but after the H crashed, I was extremely motivated to find the cause.
Did you see the video of the troubled flight. At the time I was NOT happy.