I live in the SF bay area my buddy is always pushing the limits, he has gone over 12,000 feet away in the city no problem but at a pretty high altitude id rather not say or people will get mad and start crying on here hahaYa this is obviously the cheapest trick !
Perpendicular to the ground, and a pointed a few degrees away from one another. Note that perpendicular to the ground doesn't mean 'straight up'. Another way to think about it is the antenna should be parallel to the antenna in the bird's legs.I thought the antennas were supposed to be vertical, straight up and parallel to one another.
How easy does this come off the remote? I see there's an attachment to the remote. I want to be able to take this off and put the remote in the case. This adds bulk, so I'd like to know how fast it can be removedNonsense... FPVLR is the only one out with a P3 Kit , and distance is more than double what battery allows, CP also will allow you to go low to the ground and behind obstacles more than any other cheap linear solution. Also you get money back guaratee with FPVLR.COM