By Lobuch32 on Sep 10, 2015

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My coolest quad! It will look friendly. The frame has two floors, so no wire or other component will be loose. A Light Emiting Diode (LED) at the front will aid in orientation. All Data, Motors, Flight controller and its accesories are logged, so I can offer an end user warranty. I believe that orange is a color which looks like a consumer product.


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johnslims   Sep 11, 2015  

Are you sure you linked the right motors?.880 kv would be more suited to a 450 size quad with 10/12'' props

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johnslims   Sep 22, 2015 

880 kv is more suited to a 400/450.For a 650 with 4S and depending on prop size 480/580 is more common.

Whiffles   Sep 22, 2015 

It seems our OP may be MIA.

johnslims   Sep 22, 2015 

He has parts comming from Hk.Not sure what country he is in so he may be waiting for parts?

Whiffles   Sep 10, 2015  

Very interesting canopy. Does that help with aerodynamics or is it just for show?

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Whiffles   Sep 10, 2015 

BTW, welcome to the site! How did you find us?

Lobuch32   Sep 10, 2015 

I saw the article at

Whiffles   Sep 10, 2015 

Great! Let me know if you have any suggestions for the site. I'm actively developing it.

Lobuch32   Sep 10, 2015  

I am looking for black or orange motors, the aluminum red color of the supports may also work (or I will have to pain the supports black) I have seen motors that I don't like that are unevenly wound, I want it to look high quality, like the DJI Phantom, its motors are wound with thick wire and all turns look equal.

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