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Posted by CO2X2010 | Jan 17, 2015 @ 08:56 PM | 2,407 Views

....2015 first build.

Here is a back to basic HQUAD built with on the shelf ready parts. Aluminum main frame and 16mm CF booms and GF motor mounts. Motors are DT700 with SimonK 20A Esc's.

....and with a BLUE KK2.1.5 V1.19S1 PRO...Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | Nov 29, 2014 @ 09:14 PM | 1,868 Views

Another scratchbuilt tricopter using on the shelf ready materials. Just zoom in and you will see what's in it,it's a simple and quick build that everyone can do. Not a BIG DEAL really.

Here are some close-up pix.Video will follow soon. Thanks for watching.
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Posted by CO2X2010 | Oct 26, 2014 @ 05:10 PM | 2,440 Views

Here is another fun project you can do with your Tricopter.Very simple to build and effective. Servo is mounted on the frame and more safer in case of a crash and smoother servo response as I noticed.
You can make yours complicated as you can BUT, I bet you....the result is the same.
I'm really happy the way she is flying and does met my flying style.

Here are some close-up pix and maiden video....Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | Oct 08, 2014 @ 03:29 PM | 2,388 Views
Another scratchbuilt on a Quad configuration,simple and super easy to build but, the only interesting part is that,it's built from the ground up. I did cut the main frame top and bottom by hand,not 100% perfect but it's good enough. Frame is made of thick plastic on top and Aluminum on the bottom with 16mm Carbon Fiber booms and GF motor mounts.With the Sunnyskys 880 Kv motors and 20A Simon K ESC's,it's flying OK and can't really complain....and I named it CO2X TESLA ONE

Here are some close-up pix and maiden video....Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | Oct 05, 2014 @ 03:55 AM | 2,867 Views
I made a prototype of this one a way way back and decided to build it this time with better material.Aluminum main frame with 16mm Carbon Fiber booms and better yaw system.
This is on a QUAD PLUS configuration and custom mixes with added servo on M5 to control the yaw. M1 to M4 rudder are all at ZERO.

Original design by SENATOR315 and this is my version.
Here are some close-up pix and the maiden video.
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Posted by CO2X2010 | Sep 15, 2014 @ 02:18 PM | 2,797 Views

Hello guys ! Here is another build that everybody will enjoy.For less than $8 that I spent on the frame,made by T6 Aluminum main frame and 1/2 inch of PVC Pipes with motor mounts from a pvc elbow and modified.It's build from the ground up.
SPECS: KK2.0 Ver.1.6 (Witespy-Blue KK2) , 4- IPOWER IBM 2217HQ 880Kv motors , Front props: 10" APC , Rear props: 10" CarbonFiber , 4- HK 20A Simon K ESC's , Walkera 2801 Pro RX and TX

Here are some pix and the MAIDEN Video.

PM me directly for any questions.......Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | Sep 01, 2014 @ 08:58 PM | 2,613 Views

Originally made by NEBBIAN a friend of mine from RCG. It's a TRICOPTER without a servo but,with a 4th prop that will control the yaw. It's a very smart thinking and it did really catch my attention and went ahead and made my version.
After I did my version, as you know me,I did went all the way and added another motor/prop to control the yaw and the result was not really bad at all.
Problem with my build was that,my TRI frame is made of ALL ALUM and it's really getting into the heavy side BUT,fun enough to fly.

Here are some pix and videos.Just PM ME if you have any questions about this project....Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | Aug 23, 2014 @ 09:27 PM | 2,973 Views

I find this FLITE TEST BATBONE TRICOPTER frame very interesting but,using wood is the last thing I wanna use on my build. Here ,I did used 16MM Carbon Fiber booms and I think it looks a little better.

I'm not gonna post the specs for this build for you can really see them clearly on the following pictures.

IF you happen to have any question,PLEASE PM ME DIRECTLY and I will try to answer ASAP.

Here are some build pix and the maiden video when it was still on temp. set-up or before the wiring are hidden away.
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Posted by CO2X2010 | Aug 17, 2014 @ 06:27 PM | 3,059 Views
Here is another fun project.A 2 in 1 platform. With a quick TX Channel reversing,you can fly it as a NORMAL TRICOPTER and REVERSE TRICOPTER....it's the CO2X ALL ALUMINUM REVERSIBLE TRICOPTER.

Here are some pix and the maiden video.

QUESTIONS : Please pm me ....Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | Jul 31, 2014 @ 03:47 PM | 3,370 Views

I was really excited when I saw this frame on ebay and was really curious on the weight of the frame and to my surprised,it was only 1.05 lbs without any electronics.

I fitted it with Sunnyskys 2212 Kv 980 with HK 30A Simon K esc's and with a KK2.1.5 FC and it did flew really well.

UPDATE : Total weight with all electronics and 4S 2200 mah @ 2.665 lbs. Without the lipo @ 2.160 lbs.

Here are some pix of it ....and a flight videos.

Posted by CO2X2010 | Jul 26, 2014 @ 08:30 PM | 3,330 Views
Here is another scratchbuilt that's really fun to fly, with the 2 servos on motor 3 and 4 it's really making the yaw more responsive and more fun to fly. This is my version and really luv it.

ROTORBITS Quad platform with FLITETest YAW System.

This is the CO2X QUAD 4X2 Project.


PM ME FOR ANY QUESTIONS.Thanks...Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | Jun 21, 2014 @ 07:57 PM | 3,455 Views

4 Motors 4 Servos

Here is the new 4X4 QUAD with 4 motors and 4 servos for extreme yaw response. I did made and built one like this before and sold it and decided to build this latest version.
It has the KK2.1 HC on board with it's original fw. Sunnyskys 2212 980 Kv motors and HK 20A Simon K's Esc's with the ROTORBITS Frame and the Flite test Yaw System Aluminum version.

Here are some pix and maiden indoor video.


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Posted by CO2X2010 | Jun 03, 2014 @ 03:25 PM | 3,445 Views
After spending some time on VTAILS,I decided to do a quick test project on a ATAIL platform. I can't say it's a bad platform but,it's just feel like it's heavy,the yaw response is good enough for me but,it's like something is not right and it just like not really meeting my flying style.
I have decided to move on from here....meaning this will be dismantled for good.

Here are some pix and a flying video and hopefully ,you will try building one and make it way better than this....Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | May 18, 2014 @ 03:49 AM | 13,231 Views

.....from VTAIL CO2X ,this smaller vtail is born.Decided to dismantle the VTAIL CO2X and built a smaller platform and result was really something unique and a very smooth flyer too.

Here are some pix and flightest video.

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Posted by CO2X2010 | May 15, 2014 @ 01:08 PM | 4,552 Views

For like 2 weeks ,I've been having fun with my 400 Hunter Vtail and with all the tweaking of the KK2.1 and got it to fly nicely....and then this idea was born,and why not ?I find VTAILS very interesting flying machineand decided to build my own version. This platform must be very familiar to you and yes,this platform have been flying and all I did was RE-DESIGN it into a VTAL and so far ,it's really a fun machine to fly too.

Here are some pix....video will follow soon....Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | May 03, 2014 @ 04:16 PM | 4,242 Views

Not very sure if somebody has build one like this already but,here is my version IF somebody did . This is in between a VTAIL and a HEX and the result was really a very cool flyer too. It's a HEX motor lay-out on the KK2.0 1.6V Fc and motor # 3 & 4 has been tilt sideways at 30-35 deg. as would be on a VTAIL.
Traditional HEX is NOT VERY GOOD /FAST on yaw stick input even with STICK SCALING raised up but with a tilt #3 and 4 motors,it's really something out from the norm.

Here are some pix and I will load a flying video soon....Continue Reading
Posted by CO2X2010 | Apr 29, 2014 @ 04:23 PM | 4,502 Views

This is my original design and creation with customized KK2.1 mixer program.The result was really something everyone can have fun flying it,very responsive and super agile.

Here are some pix and closed-up pix just incase somebody wanna build their own version.