Crazybee

By dummel on Feb 15, 2019

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The first photo is the the beast after several beatings.
I have been flying AlienWhoop for a while and thought to give a brushless whoop a chance. After tuning this guy it is now the favorite whoop of my fleet.

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dummel   Feb 17, 2019  

I selected the props because of this video (not me flying but i wish it was!)

Notagolf   Feb 16, 2019  

Do you have a good tune that you would like to

dummel   Feb 16, 2019 

I found these settings fom the facebook users page for the flight controller and plugged them into my settings and WOW! love it! The worked well for me, here is the link; https://docs.google.com/document/d/10mOjxT7xhxgcAhZ3H5XTHsjq0IPmv58j_OHFUwmyfiA/edit?fbclid=IwAR1w-6Vrhf2wvGfGopzkfs7nGwTQaVphyn3-AiBWt5_WUXlDqrb8eAOXsBA

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