on July 29, 2019 39 views

Harrier S1100 Flying tuned PIFFs // As mentioned in episode #17 it was about time to re-tune the Harrier. This is easy done with iNav and it's auto tune feature. Let's look at how the Harrier flies after that!

Stupid mistakes ruin the experience
It was planned to apply new auto tune to the Harrier. In the field though I found that I forgot to take a power supply for the video with me so it had to become a Line Of Sight mission. Just to bad that it's impossible for me to save the tune as no OSD will be visible :)

However ... let's fly anyway!
And that's what I did: tune it and FLY ... just enjoying the weather and moment in the air. The footage gives a little glimpse of how the tune turned out. What do you think?

Next time we will be able to save the settings and make the new tune permament - hang on ... video is already in the editor :)

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S1100 Harrier KIT:
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S1100 Harrier PnP:
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