Space1One Meteor

By Doobie52 on Apr 11, 2018

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About two months ago I stumbled across a YouTube video of a guy who built an X210 with a Lumenier Race Pod and I really liked it, so I decided to build one for myself with some parts I had leftover from previous builds. Last week, I ordered a Space One FPV Meteor frame after seeing a build of one here on RotorBuilds. Because the X210 still hadn't shown up, I decided to use all the parts I set aside for it to build the Meteor!

The Meteor was an easy frame to build. There was plenty of room for all the components and compared to all of my other builds, it's pretty light at only 314 grams without the battery. I only had a micro camera on hand so I had to get a little creative with the mount. I'm going to have some mounts printed up soon to push the camera farther forward in the frame. These will also give me the ability to run some more camera angle. Right now I'm limited to about 20 degrees due to the capacitor location.

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Taterrs   Apr 19, 2018  

NVM I just saw your profile pic, but still unsure if thats the DX6 or DX8!!! If you have the DX6 what are your thoughts and thanks again!!

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Taterrs   Apr 26, 2018 

Oh no worries, you helped alot just know and thanks for the reply I will be keeping the DX6 now:) I guess I have been alittle cautious with failsafe thats why I had a extra layer. Also you were not kiding the DX6 even thou its missing extra channels it makes up for it w/ newer features. WOW to beable to use 11ms Frame rate is awesome!!! Thanks again for helping a guy out Cheers!!!

Doobie52   Apr 26, 2018 
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No problem man. If you hit any roadblocks, just ask and I'll see if it's something I've already figured out.

Taterrs   Apr 26, 2018 

Thanks!!

Taterrs   Apr 19, 2018  

Hey Doobie52,
Nice build and video(s)!!
I have a quick question which spektrum radio do you use. I have the DX8 Gen1, and dont get me wrong its a nice radio for what it is, but I was thinking of getting the DX6 Gen3. Just wasnt sure which radio you use. Thanks for any feed back!! Cheers!!

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