Naza-M Lite F450 Build

By abpat2203 on Aug 20, 2015

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This build started out as a budget build made with the cheapest of the components available. However, as it is likely to happen in this hobby, older parts are being gradually phased out with newer and costlier components. The flight controller got upgraded from a KK2.1.5 board to a Naza-M Lite. It looks like the motors will be upgraded next, followed a better gimbal.



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Whiffles   Aug 20, 2015  

Nice! How about some photos? What motors and gimbal are you considering?

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abpat2203   Aug 20, 2015 

I have a cheap prop balancer. Some of my props were initially balanced. I will see if I can fly four balanced props this weekend.

Whiffles   Aug 20, 2015 

I've heard the magnetic balancers are junk. Apparently the Du-Bro is the only way to go.

abpat2203   Aug 20, 2015 

Great! One more thing to buy!

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