The Micro RTF Quadcopters Thread
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Jan 05, 2013
, 03:57 PM
Canada, QC, Montreal
Joined Apr 2012
Very interesting MOD but you really missed something amazing, the X4!
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Influenced by the X4 hype I've made a H36 Nano Hybrid, as I only build FlySky (9x) compatible nano-/micro hybrids.
This Hybrid flies very stable. No wobbles, even at that size.
As the H36 board doesn't have sockets, you can solder the motors dirctly to the pads.
I soldered some 1.25mm Micro JST sockets on the board to be able to change it without resoldering.
Size: 78mm x 78mm
(The motorholder makes it bigger. With U816 motorarms, 60mm x 60 mm can be achieved)
Weight : 24g (without battery)
Vitality H36 H36-1 RC Quadcopter Spare Parts PCB Receive Board H36-04
Vitality H36 H36-1 RC Remote Control Quadcopter Spare Parts Main Frame H36-07
Even if I used some other motors (v939 spares), arms (custom cut square tubes ) and motorholders (v939),
you should get following Motorarms and cut them down (52mm) :
UDI U816 U816A RC Helicopter Spare Parts clockwise & Anti-clockwise Motors
Vitality H36 H36-1 RC Quadcopter Spare Parts Motor Set H36-05
And finally the props.
UDI U816 U816A 4CH Helicopter Quadcopter Spare Parts Blade Set
It seems to be a really nice FlySky (9x) compatible X4 alternative. (I don't know, how a X4 feels to fly. I don't and won't have one)