A powerloop is really just a large looping backflip. To execute one, first start out by enabling airmode on your quad. Then point your quad forward and maintain a fast forward line. Start to pitch back while increasing throttle to gain elevation, as you pass the 90 degree mark continue holding the pitch back while reducing your throttle. We reduce throttle while inverted to prevent the motors from pulling the quad down towards the ground thus maximizing hang-time. As you continue past the 180 degree mark keep holding back on the pitch and look for the ground to appear back in your view. As soon as you begin to see the ground start to increase throttle and try to smoothly complete the powerloop without dropping out of the sky. The smoother the “catch” as you increase the power, the smoother and more in control the powerloop with be.
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