I seem to have made it better I have recalibrated the accelerometer and made sure everything was perfectly flat and tweaked the sub trim while connected to beta flight and it has levelled it off well but still changes slightly between modes
You need a ESC calibrating software (compatible to the firmware being used in the ESCs) in order to get it done, for example if your ESCs are BLHeli type, you can calibrate them with BLHeli Suite software. You can google it and get it for free. But you must find out what your ESCs are running first, to know what program to use.
Yes. All quads have the same make up of components. They vary by manufacturer. A lot may use generic components, ECSs for example. But they may still be running BLHeli software or other common software on them. If your ESCs are not BLHeli, I highly recommend replacing them with ones that are. BLHeli is reliable in my opinion and very stable. Second, was that I was gonna ask if you calibrated your accelerometers but it seems you already did that. That is a biggie.
I am just flying LOS at the moment but I have a phantom so shouldn’t think it will take long to adjust to the sensitivity this one. But hoping to get out and try FPV this weekend but a little nervous don’t want to trash my quad.
You will have a ball. Big open area, little amount of people around as possible and take care. Safety is always number 1 .
Oh and you will crash. Lots so don’t be too hard on yourself, we all crash.
Stock up on spares to reduce downtime too.
I’m not sure about that particular quad but most have certain areas of weakness. At a very minimum you will want prop nuts, antennas and any screws/ nuts and bolts that hold your bird together. Regularly check all screws/ nuts and bolts as they come loose.