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Old Oct 08, 2012, 10:48 PM
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Originally Posted by eirikso View Post
This KK2 board was my key to acro flying. Rate mode is amazing. And I find it pretty "forgiving" regarding vibrations. This small quad has been beaten hard. Shafts bent, arms crushed etc. Still the KK2 stabilise it very well. Video absolutely best in HD full screen. It's a small quad and a wide angle on that GoPro:

https://vimeo.com/50946966

GLB Carbon Frame strengthened with wood.
1510 - 2200 KV motors
6A SimonK ESCs
TGY Nano 0.95 3S Batteries
Cheap 5 inch slowflyers from HK
KK2 with 1.0 firmware, rate mode
Wow that is some very fancy flying there Eric!, most impressive. I hope to get to that skill level eventually.
I still have very low hours on mine, alot due to having to wait for spare parts.. but more time on my Quad will ease my skitishness on the sticks hopefully
and having a frame that I'm not scared of tumbling every now and then would be a big help too.
I was looking @that CF frame from GLB before... is it reccomended? I really like your frame mod... with the wooden braces it looks pretty bulllet-proof if it survived those tumbles into that freshly plowed ground!
What I don't like about mine is the glass-fibre frame, it really doesn't like impacts around the motor-mounts.
Thanks for posting any frame build photos if you can.
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