Syma X5C-1 Landing

Discussion in 'Ready to Fly Quads' started by suleymanyaman, Dec 22, 2017.

  1. suleymanyaman

    suleymanyaman New Member

    Hi!

    I'm a newbie and bought Syma X5C-1 last week. I first tried it two days ago. In general, I liked it but the problem is I have a difficulty in landing it with throttle stick. When I try to land it, it lands very hard (falls in a way). There is no problem with lifting it up.

    I think this problem stems from the nature of the throttle stick, its being loose. I know this hobby requires time and practice, but I think I need some advice about it. How can I get a smooth landing? Sometimes it makes me think that there's a problem with transmitter, which I hope not.
     
  2. Jackson

    Jackson USA member at large

    Yup.

    FWIW I never even tried to land when I started out, I was always crashing. Many of my first toys seemed oh so throttle twitchy (new pilots tend to overreact). Note you are using your hand muscles in new ways, just takes a while to get that fine motor control down.
     
  3. T.C.

    T.C. Active Member

    Just stick with cheap quads until you get lots of practice. I used to try to land mine and drop them 6 foot distances. Those syma quads are light so they rarely do much damage when they drop. Just keep working on going up and re landing.
     
  4. ArmyVet

    ArmyVet Well-Known Member

    This is from the RC plane arena. But I think it applies to quads.
    Anyway, cant hurt to read.

    http://www.rcflightschool.com/TransmitterHandling.pdf


    When I got my first quad years ago, I never had a problem landing. I was an old RC guy.
    I did crash a lot hahaha
    Have fun.
     
  5. mozquito1

    mozquito1 Well-Known Member

    Muscle memory. ;)
    You'll get used to it.
     
  6. Rick M

    Rick M Absent-minded professor

    What they said. Also, remember that once you get very close to the ground you're flying in your own prop wash, so the last 1-2' don't mess around, lower it on down to the ground. Practice landings on grass, obviously. Persevere and you will get it.
     

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