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  1. Heebus

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    its a pic of my active 6s from my tablet, dont kno how else to get the pics no mods on my P4

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  2. phxbird57

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    little winded out was it.
     
  3. phxbird57

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    I got my P2 up to 56 mph
     
  4. Heebus

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    No, to be honest, it was pretty calm, at least on the ground
     
  5. BigAl07

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    Was it sitting in the backseat of your car as you drove up the highway?
     
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    OK I need to put down the funnies paper as I am LOL on this.
     
  7. Big Al KY

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    OK I need to put down the funnies paper as I am LOL on this.
     
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  8. sar104

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    That's either a big tail wind or a units error, which still appears to be a problem with some mobile devices. A recent thread about a P4 crash showed a video of the tablet display and also included the flight log, both labeled mph. However, comparison of the recorded speeds made it clear that the speed shown on the tablet was consistently a factor of 1.6 higher than the flight log speed, suggesting that the tablet was actually indicating km/hr.