Sim mode

By wklee.fpv on Nov 21, 2018

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I just saw the velocidrone sim champion was using this kind of frame in Hong Kong FPV race event. I began to be curious how good it flies and tried to build one myself.

DALRC F722 DUAL STM32F722RGT6 F7 Flight Controller
DALRC Rocket 50A ESC
T-motor F60 PRO II 2700KV
Gemfan 5.1x5.2x3 5152S
Foxeer Predator Micro v3
TBS Crossfire Nano Rx

Weight: ~305g



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erikspen   Dec 04, 2018  
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wklee.fpv   Dec 17, 2018 

Nice design. I want to test it.

erikspen   Dec 17, 2018 

:) Me too. Haven't decided if I'll buy it or not, being that shipping is $10 and it can take a month or more to ship from China. I'll let you know how it files if I do decide to get one. You've put together a ton of quads. If you have some changes/feedback on the design, please let me know what sort of changes you'd make, perhaps I can design another one.

wklee.fpv   Dec 17, 2018 

I will modify my design a bit (eg. move the rear motor to a higher position) and test it this weekend.

Jodie Froster   Nov 21, 2018  

Is it amazing?!

wklee.fpv   Nov 22, 2018 

YES. It is super rigid and low drag friction.

Currently   Nov 25, 2018 

It sure looks amazing

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