Big Eye Tuna

By FissionBomb on Jan 19, 2019

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Babyshark with an EOS2 camera

The new canopy is amazing. 3 board stack fits nice and snug. I burned a hole in the top for my RX antenna.

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Mafaku   Jan 25, 2019  
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I just finished a similar build, Super_ F4 with 1103 8000kv motors on a the Tinyshark, 2s. 44g dry weight. It's nice and zippy but I can't get the damn thing to stop bobbling in outdoor flight (I think bobbling is also there indoor too, but milder and harder to see due to lighting). Hours spent tuning to no avail. Please let us know how it flies - if good, I'd love to see your tune.

FissionBomb   Jan 25, 2019 

I only use the F3 Super_S stack. I had too many issues with the F4 board. Try starting your D values at 15.

SkatingMakerFPV   Jan 20, 2019  
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how much does she weigh?

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FissionBomb   Jan 21, 2019 

52g

SkatingMakerFPV   Jan 22, 2019 
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thanks! is that with props and a lipo, or the dry build?

FissionBomb   Jan 22, 2019 

Props no lipo 52g. 83g with lipo

UpMostBeast FPV   Jan 22, 2019  
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does the frame now come with the new canopy or did you make it yourself. i have been wanting a frame that fits the eos2 camera.

FissionBomb   Jan 22, 2019 

If you order from www.falconmultirotors.com directly it will come with the new canopy. Not sure if RDQ has the new canopy yet.

SkatingMakerFPV   Jan 20, 2019  
1

nice! any footage?

FissionBomb   Jan 20, 2019 

Temp dropped today to 5°F and 30mph sustained winds. Footy coming soon.

jdmkramer   Jan 20, 2019  
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BIG TUNA!

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