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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by sirnikolas, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. sirnikolas

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    Yes that is 107.64 km/h in Atti.
    She did have a bit of a tail wind though!
    On the old FW the fastest she went was 25m/s in Atti even with a tail wind.
     
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  2. turbodronepilot

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    Wow. .
    that's awesome!!
    66 mph is about 12 mph more than before the firmware update. .
    I was wondering when someone would mention this..
    I have felt from the start that the inspire1 was under powered. .
    guess dji felt the same way..
    also isn't it funny the timing involved. .
    they just announced the p3 and about that time the new firmware that increases performance over the p3..
    I'm just glad they did it..
    happy flying. .
    turbo. ...
     
  3. NEJO/Wisconsin

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    I have done 64mph with tail wind went a good distance on returne my top speed was 7mph I was able to land with 47 sec left
     
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    She sores through the sky like she's a weightless jet.
     
  5. Carbines

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    Ran the aircraft out to a mile into the wind. Turned around, put it ATTI mode, and made 62.9 MPH headed back to me.
     
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    Did she open a port hole when she dropped the anchors :p
    Unbloodybeleivable how quick they pull up...
     
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    It did, just for a moment. I looked into the newly created tear in space-time, but the other side was black and white - not color. And definitely was in SD.

    ...So I never reported this to anyone in the scientific community. Come on - SD? I can't be bothered.
     
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    63.2 MPH is my personal record so far.
     

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  9. Carbines

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    Very nice! Did you have a tailwind when you made 63.2?
     
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    Very slight. Was less than 5mph
     
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    Sorry - had to be done.

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    I did a very unscientific test before the firmware update, comparing GPS to ATT. You can really see in ATT that when I move the stick forward she really pitches nose down and starts accelerating fast.

    Since the update, the speeds are definitely faster.

     
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    67.4 mph here with a 30mph wind gust behind me!

    108.5 km/hr
     
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    Complete opposite of what one would think, but I was filming a Wakeboarder by myself one day and as I was flying full-speed backwards in front of the boat, I found I was a few mph faster than full forward flight. The wind was dead calm. I was damn proud of being able to pull that shot off alone Haha.. All that battlefield 4 in the little bird really pays off
     
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    54 with a slight breeze
     
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    I want to see some proof in form of a screenshot, otherwise you can make it up that you flied at 90 MPH..
     
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    Hey guys..
    After the firmware update my inspire didn't gain any speed ..
    In fact it might have lost 2 mph ..
    That's in very calm conditions..
    Any ideas why??
    Turbo..
     
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    :D Was not directed only to you, but to everyone who contributed in the thread except the thread creator.

    Unless there is a risk that this will be a troll thread eventually.
     
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    118.08 km/h on the latest firmware.

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    Correction!
    Make that 125.28 km/h
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