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Posted by RobJCook | Oct 23, 2012 @ 10:10 PM | 2,307 Views
This was my learners quad and it still goes gr8
Built back in 2011

  • Wooden booms - don't laugh at them!
  • Easy to mount and fix.
  • Cable ties on motors and a plastic food container to house the FC
  • Flies really well and easy to maintain and repair. Actually crash damage is never too much.
  • All motors are now angled 5 degrees into the yaw direction for very positive yaw control.
  • HK450 Heli skid to land on.

Uses old Warthox MultiWiiCopter board with Wii motion gyros, and BM180 accelerometer.

Good value!
Posted by RobJCook | Oct 08, 2012 @ 06:08 PM | 2,404 Views
My latest Quad

Its a cross between a MultiWiiCopter and the Talon. Scary - maybe. It just evolved that way!

Flys really nice. Using MWC with baro for alt lock.


Carbonbird 775 kva motors
Replacement prop adapter:
MultiWiiCopter plates
MultiWiiCopter Boom Holders
Talon 14mm Motor mounts:
FC: Early MultiWiiCopter PARIS v 3.0 - Classic Nintendo Wii Motion Plus MP+ 3 axis accn and baro
Baro on 12c bus:
ESC TURNIGY Plush 12amp (2A BEC) BESC x 4
UBEC for 5v power to FC:
Booms 12mm

Distance motor to motor centres (along booms and across centre of quad): 600mm

Motors tilted 5 degrees into yaw direction

Weight (as shown):

No Battery: 735g
3S 2200: 912g
4S 2200: 961g

Current Draw
3S 2200 Lipo -- 11 amps hover, 13 amps climb
4S 2200 Lipo -- 9.5 amps hover, 13 amps climb

using 8x4 props

MultiWii 2.1 code

PID values: See image
Baro values need further tweaking