By LooseTransistor on Oct 22, 2016

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Out of the ashes of Lil' Beaver + a few other parts I scrounged up I re-built 2 race quads for an upcoming event in Niagara Falls.

I wanted two quads that where as close to identical as possible, but with limited funds I had to do with what I had. Hyde is the tamer of the two Martian III's I have built. Running on Raptor 30A and 2204/2300kv Storm Motors. Not a bad combo at all.

But Jekkyll... Jekkyll is almost done, it will have a DYS 30A + DYS 2205/2550kv Powerplant. Truly a monster. Should have the build up in a couple of days.



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MrTreeFPV   May 17, 2017  

How do you get 5 volts from the stock pdb

LooseTransistor   May 17, 2017 

I actually don't I am running the VTX from Vbat and any 5V I need I take from the FC

Whiffles   Oct 22, 2016  

Looks like you've got the opposite problem I had. I made a blue themed quad and they sent me a red antenna.

LooseTransistor   Oct 24, 2016 

Hahaha yea, in my case its all I had sitting around =P

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