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    After rebuilding my mini crash test dummy (again) I tested the rear motor in my hand. It dawned on me that the active braking applies quite a lot of torque on the tilt mechanism and on the tail.

    Do the benefit of active braking outweigh the drawbacks of the torque on especially the rear motor?


    I have no idea how necessary it is on the mini tricopter, but with the mini quadcopters I find it extremely useful. As soon as I turned it off on my Morphite it started to behave very floaty. And I’m not talking about the times when you cut the throttle to descend, although it becomes worse too. I talk about trying to change the orientation of the quad. If you have breaking enabled, it snaps to the stick, if you don’t, it slowly rolls…

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