Quadropus Stingy

By Quadropus on Nov 10, 2018

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This is my Quadropus Stingy! Currently my favourite freestyle and videography quad. It flys super smooth and the center of gravity is right in the middle. With the Emax LS2207 2400kV motors, Cyclone 5040C and a Tattu 1550mAh 75c battery I can achieve 7 minutes of smooth flight and 4 minutes of freestyle with flips, rolls and punch outs. I designed the GoPro TPU mount myself to make it fit perfectly on the frame and to be light weight.



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Ryders   Feb 05, 2019  

hey, do you have a wiring diagram

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Ryders   Feb 07, 2019 

yeah I know that, but your esc has a pin more than the fc at the level of connectivity

Quadropus   Feb 07, 2019 

Mine does have the same amount of pins on both the FC and ESC.

Ryders   Feb 08, 2019 

okay I have a hard time watching 😉

RZFPV   Dec 10, 2018  

how did u mount ur 4in1 esc

Quadropus   Dec 11, 2018 

It mounts with the same screws as the FC. I printed custom spacers to ensure the ESC doesn't touch the carbon and the ESC and FC stack still fits inside.

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