HYPERLOW CG #2

By richrd on Mar 12, 2018

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d_o   Apr 26, 2018  

On photo №5 second esc from blow has a join between caps (or resistors, i don't know honestly). Just finished my build and notice, I'm having same thing on 1 of 4 esc's. Did u had any issues with this ?

richrd   Apr 26, 2018 

no issues when i flew it. this was a customer build and i have not heard of any problems since. hopefully its all ok

d_o   Apr 26, 2018 
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Just figured out it's fine. Other esc's has that contact too.
Anyway, nice quad and video!

ricardovasc   Apr 18, 2018  

What can you say about this motor model?

Currently   Mar 13, 2018  

Can you do one of these with the arms in the top position and the electronics under? Would be really cool to see and help me plan mine.

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Erzates   Mar 23, 2018 

Personaly, i like it better in "normal". It's damn well balance and kind of "buttery", definitely for smooth freestyle.
For freestyle you want to have an even mass distribution on all axes and as close as possible to the center of the X.
Left/right and front/rear balance is quite easy but for top/bottom it's trickier since the middle referal is not the X of your frame, rather your "prop line".
If you build it "reverse", you'll have your prop line at the middle of your battery pack and so, more weight under than above=not good.
This is theory by the way, if you look at Ummagawd's Remix it has the same issue that i just described but seems to work well eitherway.

Currently   Mar 23, 2018 

Thanks

richrd   Mar 23, 2018 
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Midmount is definitley smoother and more flowy in my experience. If you like doing a lot of looping and diving it definitley has an easier time, the top mount even at 10 or 15mm stabilizes itself a little easier so if you like to cruise along the ground a lot it has an easier time doing that. Very locked in. I prefer the CG in a top mount build, and then the Vert Freestyle for a midmount.

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