New pruchase of Walkera Runner Pro

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    Hi all, I have read quite a few discussion on the runner pro and have decided to order one. From what I can gather the instructions are not very good that come with the unit. Is the unit basically plug and play or is there some set up to do. I am quite new to drones, I have flown a few of my friends but this is my first racing drone.
    Any set up pointers would be appreciated.

    thanks, and Happy New Year

    Jonny

     
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    Its only difficult for those that can't or couldn't be bothered to read.

    Read the manual several times and you will be fine.

    Don't watch Youtube videos as most of them are rubbish and will have you destroying and bricking your FC firmware.

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    Also, read, read,as they said and also be shopping for another quad,these walkeras have appealing pricing, but it can't be changed too much walkera has all info and parts locked in tight, what in saying is when it can't expand with you it gets old FAST. good to learn on but not your permanent long term type quad,kinda like a bic lighter you turn it up it runs out then you toss it,same deal.

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