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    And to add to that, after the inital files that he sends you it is very rare that you run across something that will keep you out of the air. I know that 90% of my updates have been due to me asking for tweeks to the standard ( I asked for 600' altitude instead of 400' , and to make my aided cruising speed faster then the norm). The skyhunter I just built for Shaftdiggity worked on the second log file. He hasnt updated that setup since, flies perfect, RTH perfect, aided launch perfect, Jim is not human.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swillhide View Post
    Jim is not human.
    He's got a robot in him

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    Hi folks can anyone tell me if this system will work in Australia ?
    Thanks for any info, can't seem to get a reply from uthere.

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    Wink

    I sure I've seen some austraillian Ruby users. You just have to flip the GPS upside down for the bottom half of the world.

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    Lol thanks for that, I'll keep that in mind, so you must be freezing your a... Off
    I spent 2 seasons up in Alaska you have some great country for FPV

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    My Ruby has flown over quite a bit Alaska so far. But the lower 48 seems to be stealing all our cold. It's a balmy 33 degrees F and has been around that for the last week or two. Kind of sucks. Everything turns to slush and slick ice.

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    Hmm yes the lower 48 So how's the ruby working for you and what have you got it mounted in?

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    My Zephyr 2. Has not skipped a beat. I just wish Jim would adapt it for multirotor use. I would jump on that pretty quick

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    So how did you deal with your waypoint limitations?

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    Have not used waypoints yet. Also, if you prove your worthyness to Jim, the limitations can be waived

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