Originally Posted by rcgchris
The easy way I went, was buying the mQX FC along with the centerplate plus 4 Ladybird motors with props. They come premounted on the rods. mQX-Motor Connector (4pcs) and we are set.
The only job that needs to be done on this is to push in the rods to the centerplate, stick the props on, screw the 4in1 FC on to the centerplate and connect the motors to the flightcontrol. I'd say it'll take 5mins and is such a piece of cake.
I find this very interesting.
Parts links and an assembly video would be amazing to build a DSM2 compatable flier.
I've never flown or even seen a quad yet so that is the reason for what appears to be basic info.
If the Tx is the weakest link in most of these units, being able to fly with my normal Spektrum Tx would be awesome.