Inverted

By kwadkenstine on Mar 17, 2019

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HI.
All comments welcom.
We have 2 Realacc real5 quads , gutted and transplanted into Union rc falcon 220 hybred frames .
One with the front motors inverted.
WHY.
Keeps props out of camera and possibly cleaner air. I have left default pids but added my rates. Both fly awesom but i prefer the inverted motor version. It just seems tighter smoother and meaner all at the same time.
Cheers

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Jodie Froster   Mar 17, 2019  

Are you DroneMesh?

kwadkenstine   Mar 18, 2019 

Sadly no. But what makes you ask.

Jodie Froster   Mar 19, 2019 

In your group photo you have several of the parts he has fetured recently, and some OG fav's from his build history. You also use some of his build techniques.

kwadkenstine   Mar 19, 2019 

Funny that its all a fluke . Except for a few components like 1 set of motors and the runcam split it is the bigest heep of cheep stuff and i crash a lot so my builds arent pretty

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