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Old May 12, 2012, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by SeismicCWave View Post
Hex and Y6 is easy. Octo is harder.

KK
MultiWii
Open Pilot CC
Hoverfly Sport
Hoverfly Pro
DJI Naza

I install them, fly them and take them apart and make something else. My setups are changing all the time.

Hate to say it but my go to is still a quad.
I have to agree my fav is a Mikrokopter quad with a full FPV setup. Currently have 3 hex, one Wookong-m, one Mikrokopter, and one with a DJI Naza controller. Mine are always moving from one platform to another, the biggest hex, a Cinestar 6, gets swapped between WKM and Mk electronics, the Droidworx hex that currently has the Naza on it has been flown with MK, WKM, the Naza, and soon will have an XS-Y6 controller on it.

Flying the same old thing all the time gets boring after a while, the beauty of having a lot of different flight controllers and frames to put them on is being able to mix and match components and be flying something different without having to buy any new parts, or sometime with purchase of minimal new parts, depending on what it is I want to achieve.
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