Simplecopter V-tail

By Sasquads on Apr 15, 2018

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Simplecopters V-tail
I back engineered it.
It has a 30 degree angle for the rear motors, which flies much better than with a 45 degree angle.
Yaw authority on this is amazingly good.
It flies very stable and is a good camera platform.
And it has foldable arms, so easy to transport.
This was build with a KK 2.1 flightcontroller and 30 Amp ESC's, but I'm planning a rebuild with a F4 flightcontroller, maybe a small HGLRC stack.
It's the best flyer I have.
Simple but so good...

Credits to Matt Hall
check him and this thing out and find out why I made this


https://www.youtube.com/user/hallstudio

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