Justin C Neri

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About Justin C Neri

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  1. I passed the test today. I found that the test questions were very similar to the 5 practice tests. I did get tripped up a little on some of the Airspace questions involving the inspection of towers within those areas. I'm going to go back and study up on that stuff so I understand it better. There were some things that I knew, but they way they worded the question confused me. I got 7 wrong out of the 63 questions. The flight instructor told me after the test that there are 3 answers. The right answer, the wrong answer, and the FAA answer. If you come across those questions you will understand. I would say that if you are getting 90's on the practice tests you are going to be golden. This program was worth the money. I could have just read over the FAA guide and probably been ok, but I guarantee I would have struggled today. I felt very confident taking the test. The ones I was unsure of were the ones I got wrong. The videos really helped. I will say this, for me I needed to go over things more than once. There is a lot of stuff to retain.
  2. Hi guys! JUSTABUST FPV in the house! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa4iAoWh7S2li5wdS6R0nKw My Gear: Impulse RC Alien RR5 Lumenier 2206 2350KV Motors Flyduino KISS 24A ESC Flyduino KISS Flight Controller FrSky X4R-SB RX FrSky Taranis Xsoul 5040x3 Props Tattu LiPo Battery Pack 1300mAh 75C 4S GoPro Hero 3+ Lumenier TX5G6 Mini 600mw Transmitter RunCam Swift PFV Camera FatShark Dominator v3
  3. I run a KISS flight controller with KISS ESCs and absolutely love it. Fresh off the build it ran like a dream with stock PIDs. My FPV flying Gear: Impulse RC Alien RR5 Lumenier 2206 2350KV Motors Flyduino KISS 24A ESC Flyduino KISS Flight Controller FrSky X4R-SB RX FrSky Taranis Xsoul 5040x3 Props Tattu LiPo Battery Pack 1300mAh 75C 4S GoPro Hero 3+ Lumenier TX5G6 Mini 600mw Transmitter RunCam Swift PFV Camera FatShark Dominator v3
  4. Hey guys, I'm new here, I've been taking the course the last few weeks and I'm scheduled for my test on the 28th. Love the class so far. So I'm trying to figure something out here. The regulation about flying 500 ft below the cloud ceiling makes perfect sense to me. But I'm a bit confused. If the ceiling is at say, 450 feet, does that mean I'm grounded? What if I want to fly around a house at 50 feet? I don't think I'm going to be a risk to other air traffic at 50 ft AGL, but the way I'm interpreting the info tells me I'm grounded. Any light on this subject would be greatly appreciated.