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Posted by Stunt Double | Aug 28, 2014 @ 05:48 AM | 2,086 Views
Preview pics of a new mini quad kit. Built for racing and the fpv abuse we all love. PM me for more info.

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Posted by Stunt Double | Jul 14, 2014 @ 11:15 PM | 2,001 Views
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Posted by Stunt Double | Nov 18, 2013 @ 03:46 AM | 4,304 Views
Some high-speed action with my little fpv stunt copter...

FPV TRICOPTER » High-speed Aggressive Gap Flying & Acro Park Flight (5 min 3 sec)

Posted by Stunt Double | Jul 31, 2013 @ 12:36 AM | 10,023 Views
V-tail Quadcopters seem to have become all the rage. Flitetest have just done a V and i'm seeing more discussion about them on RCGroups recently. Well, here is my spin on the v-tail design. Its a full carbon fibre folding frame with SimonK F-30 ESCs, RCTimer HP2217 800kv motors, GWS 9x5x3 props and runs 4S 2650 lipos. It has a dragon link rx and the HK Nanowii flight controller. 5v LEDs front and rear for LOS flying and a removable 1.2g FPV pod.

Posted by Stunt Double | May 17, 2012 @ 04:16 AM | 7,038 Views
Here is a clip featuring my latest custom multi-rotor, the V-Tail Quadcopter. Its decked out with LED strips and a super bright 12W LED spotlight up front for night flying.

V-Tail Quadcopter Night Flyer (2 min 16 sec)

Posted by Stunt Double | Jan 26, 2012 @ 07:37 PM | 7,250 Views
Here are some pictures of my aerobatic t-copter. I've been flying this one for a while now starting off with a KK Blue board then a HobbyKing V2 KK board. The KK boards were fun and easy to configure but now i've upgraded it again to a MultiWii controller. Using the popular MultiWii thread as a guide I built up a naked Paris 4 shield with the Arduino Pro Mini 328 and the gyro board from a Wii Motion Plus.

Wow!! What a difference the MultiWii makes. This one offers advanced configuration and excellent stabilization. I've been able to push the t-copter a lot harder performing faster and tighter flips & rolls with much smoother flight in between. I'm still trying to find the best settings with the MWC gui. Definitely won't be going back to a KK board anytime soon!!
Posted by Stunt Double | Nov 10, 2011 @ 09:10 PM | 8,044 Views
Here it is - my first ever FPV video. Its taken me a very long time to get all the gear sorted and learn how to fly FPV style comfortably.

The quadcopter is the Scarab Euro from A GoPro HD camera was mounted up front.