Tiny Shark 2.2"

By aquilafpv on Jun 06, 2018

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Hi. This is my latest build and the most "complicated" I have done. Because ever components are so tiny !
I moded the frame and the components in Fusion360 and export it to 3dsmax to made a custom canopy that fit the runcam nano.
Then I printed it with my Anet A8 3D printer.
I tried to respect the design of the original canopy.

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Str8sho0tr   11 days ago  

im curious about how ur motors hold up, my seem to have developed some annoying vibrations after a few crashes. thinking about using airblade motors next, hopefully they are little more durable. i tuned my tinyshark for the gemfan hulkies and found my tune didnt work for those props. can u post ur pids?

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aquilafpv   10 days ago 

What i use today (maybe I will change it later.. or not :) )

  • roll: 30, 40, 27
  • pitch: 40, 50, 32
  • yaw: 70, 45
Quadlite   1 day ago 
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Did you try soft mounting the motors? That helped alot of my micros a LOT. Its just a few dollars for 12 pads so you can use them on multiple quads. I had too do it on my g90 pro and my babyhawk r and it made a pretty big difference.

aquilafpv   5 hours ago 
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I don't put soft mount on my motors in general but I saw some vibrations on the TinyShark. I think I will try to add some. Thank you

goldgriffin05   5 days ago  

would 7800kv motors be decent on this setup?

aquilafpv   4 days ago 

1103 ? I think so =)

Eric   11 days ago  
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Wow nice build. Are you sharing the canopy files?

aquilafpv   11 days ago 

I will post a link tomorrow

Eric   11 days ago 

Awesome that would be great thanks bunches

Krillfpv   11 days ago  
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love the canopy design. My 2S tiny shark is one of my favorite quads!

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