Sky Diver 🎢

By sergetania on Jul 28, 2018

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Tried to do as clean of a build as I could hoping the frame is stable enough to keep the worst of the jello out. I know where the hype is these days (planning that next) but I really liked the FlexRC Komori frame that I got stuck hopelessly high up in the tree above the house. So this one is dedicated to the lost Komori!

The weight without a battery is 127g.

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bigtuni   Jul 31, 2018  

Looks nice !! I am building mine (actually finished it) but have huge noise in the FPV-feed, lines going zig zag when throttling up. Have tried all in the book to change that to no avail...........bummer. I have come to the preliminary diagnosos this must be from ESC/motor wires close to/under the Split. Not going to change that now........will fly it a while to see how it flies.........

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sergetania   Jul 31, 2018 

What ESC/motors do you have?

sergetania   Jul 31, 2018 

And what vtx?

bigtuni   Aug 01, 2018 
Rc Exp   Jul 30, 2018  

Looks like weird butterlfy ... did you remove the vibrations with this setup?

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sergetania   Jul 30, 2018 

Also, this frame may be more stable than El Camino

Rc Exp   Jul 30, 2018 

Hey, the footage is pretty good!! A bit of color correction and more expo and you have a smoooth shot! I'm glad to see how well this works :) Now let's experiment with the caddx turtlet and see if it's worth it instead of the split

sergetania   Jul 30, 2018 

The turtlet has been shipped! 🎉

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