imagine you are in the middle of a compass, facing north.
Also, north is where the quad is facing in front of you.
quad must be facing north.
north is not the compass north but rather wherever you happen to be facing at the moment.
now, bind the quad with the transmitter.
go forward, the quad goes north.
go backward, the quad goes south.
go left, the quad goes west.
and go right, the quad goes east. All the while the quad is still facing north.
Turn the headless mode on.
now, no matter which way the quad is facing, could be west, east or south or north, go forward, the quad still goes north.
go backward, the quad still goes south. no matter if the quad is in a spin or which ever way the front of the quad is facing.
Turn the headless mode off.
now, the quad could be facing west for example, go forward, the quad goes west.
it is now back to normal mode.
if the quad is facing west when you bind, then in headless mode, go forward and the quad will go west.
if the quad is facing east when you bind, then it will go east when you pitch forward.
so it is very important the position of the quad before you turn on the remote and bind with the