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Jan 07, 2013, 10:52 PM
Wicked, tricksy, false!
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Originally Posted by gwrivest
Hey mike, I just ordered the x4 as well. Is there a link somewhere on how to do these 2 little free mods? Thanks,

Gerard.
adding some pics to jesolins links (the local X4-expert anyway )
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Jan 07, 2013, 11:47 PM
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Thanks Mike. I appreciate that.

Gerard.
Jan 08, 2013, 05:24 AM
Tri-Quad-Hexa-Octo-copters!!
Hi Tony,
The UDI816 is the most challenging to fly due to the throttle stick sensitivity. Although I rank it at the bottom of the micros in my tests, It is still fun to fly. If a Noob can master the finesse on the sticks to make it hover and do circuits, they will develop skills that will serve them well on any multicopter. Like anymulticopter that uses an accelerometer, any excessive vibrations from motor, props or loose and weakened frame and arms will cause flight perfomance issues from oscillations to toilet bowl effect(TBE)
Micro quads comparisons 101

Cheers,
Jim
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Originally Posted by tonytester
wow my 816 hates me. Ican get it to hover for only a short time. just nudging the cyclic stick, after a few seconds the corrections get larger and then I over correct and it bashes into the wall be fore i know the room is 12 x 15 so i should be able to stay in it in mode 1.
any suggestions I'm up a crick.
tonytester
Jan 08, 2013, 06:49 AM
Me a long time ago
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Originally Posted by jesolins
Hi Tony,
The UDI816 is the most challenging to fly due to the throttle stick sensitivity. Although I rank it at the bottom of the micros in my tests, It is still fun to fly. If a Noob can master the finesse on the sticks to make it hover and do circuits, they will develop skills that will serve them well on any multicopter. Like anymulticopter that uses an accelerometer, any excessive vibrations from motor, props or loose and weakened frame and arms will cause flight perfomance issues from oscillations to toilet bowl effect(TBE)
Micro quads comparisons 101

Cheers,
Jim
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Now I find out after a most frustrating time. Never mind I still have my Hubsan X4 to play with
Jan 08, 2013, 07:03 PM
Yo R Wee Too Lo
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Originally Posted by Flypoppa
Now I find out after a most frustrating time. Never mind I still have my Hubsan X4 to play with
jes:
I do have some vibreations. one cracked arm I repaired, next two bashed up props glued and remounted, but had to throw them out and install new ones.
thanks for the info, i'll weed out the rest of the vibes. I really do see your point. because with new and smooth running parts it flies great till a crash and then starts to revolt.

tonytester
Jan 09, 2013, 02:42 AM
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A 265 meter fpv flight with a v929 With some height (don't know how high) and return...

265mtrs fpv flight with a v929 (1 min 37 sec)


Ps if anyone is interested.. My bind distance for a v929 an 9x is just over 500meters at head height...
Jan 09, 2013, 01:09 PM
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OK, Hold the phone. FPV on a micro quad? Equipment list please!!!
Jan 09, 2013, 01:13 PM
...muy bien...
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Why not?

Have a look here http://fpv-community.de/showthread.php?t=16236
Jan 09, 2013, 03:06 PM
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Wish these micro RTF quads all came with some sort of way to program them to our liking.

Check out the upgrade port on the Walkera Spacewalker:


They should allow you to change parameters to suit the pilot.

i.e. -1 less Expo.

+1 more on yaw rate.

Last edited by Daryoon; Jan 09, 2013 at 03:11 PM.
Jan 09, 2013, 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by mystman
I'm really looking forward to it.
I still could resist to buy a X4 fuselage....this could be change
ARGHHH......I did it. I'm weak, I ordered a X4 fuselage and these "real" cheap motors :

SH 6043 Remote Control Ladybug Spare Parts Motor A B - 2 Motors for $4.26 !!!!
http://www.banggood.com/Wholesale-Sh...B-p-61507.html
Jan 09, 2013, 03:38 PM
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Originally Posted by shahram72
OK, Hold the phone. FPV on a micro quad? Equipment list please!!!
Hey Shahram..
I'm actually using some fpv equipment from my planes ported over to the micro quad... So it started a bit heavy... Bt I managed to bring the weight down considerably.. In fact the quad with all fpv gear and all batteries weighs just 83g giving me around 10 min of stable fpv flight...
I'm using a 10g cmos camera (which for micro fpv can be changed to a 1 or 2g camera) aswell as a 200 mw 5.8ghz video transmitter and some custom battery connectors and custom antenna...
I have modified the v929 a bit to bring down the weight whilst keeping the structural integrity: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showp...postcount=2729

U can see some set up clips here:
V929 Sunset FPV 220meter distance (0 min 0 sec)


And a sample flight here:
V929 FPV on a windy day... Dancing through electrical lines, and slaloming through the park (5 min 33 sec)
Jan 09, 2013, 08:14 PM
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Originally Posted by mystman
The best v939 Hybrid combination I tested:

- v939 board
- H36 Frame
- UDI U816 motorarms
- Mini pet Canopy (I like the bee one)
- UDI Props or QR LB props
- Turnigy Nanotech 300mah 45C-90C

** No need to solder, it's real plug'n'fly ***

You get a agile, twitchy beast with good lifting power.

The v939 stock frame, arms , motoholders and motors make the v939 too slow.
Hey myst,

Have you tried the V939 board with the H36 motorarms? I have a H36 but I dont like it too much...(I like the flying characteristics of the V949 much more...so I'm thinking about replacing the H36 board to V939... )

Cheers,
B
Jan 09, 2013, 09:18 PM
GOT WINGS
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I thought the V929 was considered a mini-quad?
Jan 09, 2013, 09:29 PM
...muy bien...
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Guess so. Others are more nano (smaller).
Jan 10, 2013, 03:48 AM
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Originally Posted by bulesz
Hey myst,

Have you tried the V939 board with the H36 motorarms? I have a H36 but I dont like it too much...(I like the flying characteristics of the V949 much more...so I'm thinking about replacing the H36 board to V939... )

Cheers,
B
Haven't done it yet. But this should work. You only need to solder plugs to the wires or solder motorarms directly to v939 pcb.
I have some H36 motorarms here but haven't found any time to build a v939/H36 hybrid.


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