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Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jun 29, 2019 @ 05:01 AM | 9,062 Views
I've finished my tune for the Mob7 which has used a lot of Mark Spatz's (UAVTech) awesome work on betaflight.

Here is the article that has screenshots of all the new settings, CLI text and even a full Diff.


If it's good enough to make me look passable as a pilot it can't be too bad - here's the flight DVR

[QuadifyRC.com] Mobula7 Final PIDs - giving it some beans (3 min 35 sec)

Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jun 20, 2019 @ 09:26 PM | 2,863 Views
I've finished a fairly comprehensive long term review of the 2019 Aomway Commander V1s and the inevitable comparision to the V1 which I've owned for 2 years. I've also summed up the key competitors to this goggle and their advantages/disadvantages.

Hope you enjoy:


Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jun 06, 2019 @ 09:26 PM | 980 Views
Current specials at the moment:

  • Happymodel Sailfly-x for $80-82
  • 3s 300mah batteries for $8 each
  • New emax tinyhawk-s for $89
  • New Runcam 5 for $92
  • Emax Eco 2306 1700kv or 2400kv $11 each
  • FRSKY XM+ $12
  • FRSKY QX7 $99

Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jun 03, 2019 @ 06:46 PM | 1,312 Views
Full review can be found here:


Here is my summary and recommendation taken from the article:

The Sailfly-X is a very low cost "toothpick-class" micro brushless quadcopter from Happymodel, the same company that released the popular Snapper7 and Mobula7 micro quadcopters. It is well equipped with propellers, flight battery and even a spare canopy. It is ultralight meaning it can achieve high performance even with small batteries.

The quad is very well balanced component-wise and offers excellent control and power on 2s and outstanding power on 3s. The light weight comes about from the simplified components namely the main board which includes flight controller, 4xescs and a receiver plus an all-in-one vtx-camera. Being lightweight it has excellent durability from my testing so far. A further advantage of the low weight and high thrust is the exceptional flight time - a low cost 2s 300mah battery offered strong performance for 4-5 minutes of flying time.

This is a very easy quad to recommend - it offers breathtaking performance given the size, is extremely durable and offers exceptional flight time. This is even before we consider the price which around $88 at full retail which is remarkable and worth buying just for components to use on you own build (components which are not often discounted at time of review...). One of the sacrifices made to
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