Toothpuff

By Jeremy Chotto on Mar 15, 2019

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This is a build inspired by the toothpick.The most trouble I think we are going to have from these builds are vibrations. I found that using a rubber garment on the bottom then a standoff then the rubber garment that is attached to the fc works great. I also used tpu 1103 softmounts for the motors. This quad flies amazing on stock pids however I did raise D gain to 35. When we are using these 65mm props it is very important to get the prop to sit as tight as possible on the shaft these will reduce vibrations as well. With the betafpv 1103 motors I found that a drill bit of 1.45mm works great. They are so many of these frames right now that I have been buying a few here and there to tryout. I really see these builds growing and getting better has time goes on.

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Jeremy Chotto   Mar 15, 2019  

Really can not Express how well this quad flies. These betafpv 1103 with a high KV and the 65mm props performs very well.

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SixxSeven   Mar 16, 2019 

You could use the Betafpv version with no reciever and hook up a xm+.

Jeremy Chotto   Mar 16, 2019 

probably the best way to go but for me the built in spi receivers is fine for close proximity acro.

sergetania   Mar 16, 2019 

If I decide to go with a separate receiver it will probably be a R9MM. But there's something cool about having as much stuff on that one board as possible... easier too.

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