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Posted by Fidy$Trainer | Aug 02, 2019 @ 08:48 AM | 2,063 Views
This is my primo build. Highly recommend if your looking for a light agile 2" that looks super cool and flies awesome.

GEPRC 12a 4-1 AIO FC
1104 6000kv motors for power 1103 7500-8000kv for lighter more balanced flying.
Runcam Nano2 camera with optional adapter. (get two they melt deform and break causing jello after 20 or so flights)
AKK Nano2. Not recommend because it's too large. Get the Eachine Nano or HGLRC Nano, get the 20*20 you printed stack from banggood for the TBS Nano to mount the HGLRC or eachine stack.
With these motors the toothpick 65mm props don't work. I use the GF 2540 there awesome but the Emax AVAN 2.5" props are better. On a 2s GNB 450 they get about 4minutes. This setup is designed for a 3s 550 GNB for blistering performance.
To get smart audio solder up green wire from vtx to tx1 on FC go into BF under ports setup urart1 on periphials to TBS SmartAudio.
Video wire from camera goes to Vi(Video In). Video wire from VTX goes to Vo(out) on FC.

Setup current sensor to 210 on BF

Let er rip tater chip!
Posted by Fidy$Trainer | Jul 31, 2019 @ 12:51 PM | 1,984 Views
So If your interested in getting a SlamNasty 3" frame here are some pics that might help with your build. I'll add some notes. I will say to start it's a very heavy frame for a 3" AUW porking it out at144g. It's a very sexy frame and seems very sturdy. I doubt this will become a popular frame for several reasons. 1) Price at $40 it's pretty pricey. I think were all spoiled by Cheapie China.
2) It's very heavy. Did I say it's heavy? LOL that's an understatement.

Considering you can get a 3" frame that weighs half and cost half as much it's not the most logical choice but it is sexy. The frame is well layed out 20x20 stacks with 3mm screw mounts. Not sure why they did this. I used some wire sheathing to fill in the gaps on the 3mm holes. Lots of room and protection for the camera. The camera mount is isolated with 2 TPU standoff's and two screws that add friction when adjusted to the topplate to even better isolate jello in flight.

RCX 1407 4000kv motors--- Make sure you have screws that will fit through the 4mm arms. You dont want them to long where your grounding out on the motor windings.
Eachnie Nano VTX -- This gets very hot. BG has a TBS Nano 20x20 TPU stack plate. I would suggest getting one so it's easier to mount. I cut to of the ears off and mounted twoards the rear at an angle. Another option would have been to get longer 2mm spacers and create another stack but then you would need to go with the longer spacers and since we want...Continue Reading
Posted by Fidy$Trainer | Aug 13, 2017 @ 09:52 AM | 5,987 Views
So you want to make the ultimate 4S 11xx 2"-3" Screamer here is how at a high level. I'll provide the gotcha's I ran into with this build. I will say it's a great frame but it does have a few issues especially with the components that I selected.

What constitutes the ultimate micro? Well for starters it must have the following basic components, Buzzer, LED, 20A+ ESC, OSD, Quality motors, Truly capable of 4S and most importantly a CCD Camera like the RunCam Micro or Foxeer Micro. This has been the biggest advancement in Micro drone technology in over a year. Now as you would expect this quad is going to cost considerably more than your standard eachine Lizard 95 or other out of the box. The difference is reliability and quality. As long as you incorporate this methodology into your own custom build you will also have your own ultimate Micro.

First thing first. If you want to build an ultimate micro you will have to start with good quality parts the ONLY. The only part I would use from Eachine parts bin is the VTX03 and only because it's switchable. I would not say it's all that great but we dont have a lot of options in the Micro world.

MOTORS: RCX 1304 5000kv
$11.99 per $36
I'm undecided about the motors. They seem to get pretty warm on 3S. I dont have enough flights on 4S yet to decide. On 4S it's a friggen monster. On 3S it's still very quick.

I would say of all the cheapie motor's I've tested...Continue Reading
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Posted by Fidy$Trainer | Jan 10, 2009 @ 07:18 PM | 7,484 Views
I think ParkZone hit a GRAND SLAM with this Corsair. It's such a joy to fly. I would almost consider it a trainer that's how easy it is to fly. And that's where the problem lies. For me it's just a little too slow now that I've gotten used to it. I'm looking to make a real speed demon yet keep everything looking stock it looks awsome.

The 35-36c Turnigy has been done already. See Details on Pics to see how simple it was.

Here is what I did Motor, ESC, Battery and prop swap. All for about $75