IX3 V2 for freestyle

By MATEKMAN on Dec 01, 2018

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It is quite heavy frame for a three inch but the important thing was to make a very resistant quad (4mm bottom plate) . Fortunately the motors are really powerful.
It's my first three inches and I'm really surprised by the airflow. I take a lot of fun in freestyle.
max thrust 2320 g, 3BR motors 1408 3600kv
287g with cnhl 4s 650mah
standard camera
Autonomy 3 mn in freestyle condition with cnhl 4s 650 mah.
Around 5 mn with tattu 3s 850 mah.



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Nonochev   Jan 07, 2019  

hello I intend to build the same drone as you did
would you mind sharing your betaflight tuning ? PID for instance Thank you

MATEKMAN   Jan 07, 2019 

stock pid and feed forward set to 60 and the drone fly quite good in 3S. I did not have the time but I plan in the future settings with the blackbox

Nonochev   Jan 08, 2019 

thank you

MATEKMAN   Jan 25, 2019 

hello i take a betaflight picture of my PID. Look drone picture.

Shawn53   Dec 20, 2018  

i just built a 3" drone on this frame with the HGLRC F428 FC and 4in1 ESC stack. It was my first build. i didnt use the capacitor but see that you did. do you think it makes a big difference?

MATEKMAN   Dec 21, 2018 

the capacitor makes it possible to limit the interference of the ESC which can disturb the video transmission on the full throttle. To know that there are already mini capacities on esc 4 in 1 + flight controller. It is not mandatory but it is that of more

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