Intrepid V2 3K by AirBladeUAV...

By quadfpv on Nov 22, 2018

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Intrepid V2 3K by AirBladeUAV...

  1. Pretty easy build that required the front motor wires to be strung under the vtx to the back of quad to the ESC...
  2. Really like the FrSKY 900MHz Ipex4 Dipole T Antenna for R9 Mini / R9 MM Receiver, seems so springy and durable...
  3. Went with Toilet Tank battery configuration which seemed like a simpler way to connect the battery to the XT30 power connector...
  4. Used the FC Anti-Vibration Standoff Soft Mount Set M2x5 + 4 20x20 under the boards to have little give in crash...
  5. GIven there was almost 2mm between the Caddx Turtle and the front side plates that hold the camera I was able to put some very thin rubber spacers to maybe give a little dampening effect to perhaps lesson any jello in video...
  6. Choose the Brat motors cause there suppose to vibrate less for less jello and better video...
  7. Installed latest butterflight with stock settings...
  8. I choose f-port firmware for the R9 reciever and a 470uf capacitor...
  9. Used small piece of UMMAGRIP to hold the battery greater...

Weight: 168gm w/ props.
Battery: 650 4S Tattu battery 70gms...

Think as a beginner this is my coolest build so far as it's really pretty and seems to have all the coolest aspects in a 3" for freestyle...

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bootbox   Sep 07, 2019  
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Super clean wiring, awesome work

quadfpv   Sep 13, 2019 

:)

ghostface   Dec 30, 2018  

Can you still access the usb port like that?

quadfpv   Dec 30, 2018 

Hi, in order to have the battery wires where I wanted them I had to have the USB where it is and you have to take the top plate off and remove the Turtle V2 4 screws...

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