7" Intrepid V2

By Chaos on Mar 25, 2019

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Airblade UAV's Intrepid V2 7" with custom prints.

This quad flies soo smooth and great flight time.

I fitted a custom 3D print to hold the GoPro up front, also designed an antenna mount and gps antenna holder out back, and some arm gaurds that have some feet on them to keep your quad off the pavement.

I used the crossfire Nano Diversity Rx and used the immortal T antenna paired with a DIY Linear antenna.

All STL's for prints are linked in the parts list

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iJaaay   Jul 18, 2019  

What type of flight time are you getting, and what batteries? Also, what speed and distance would you say you're able to achieve?

Chaos   Jul 25, 2019 

I get around 6-8 min depending on throttle with a 1800 6s. Not sure on distance but could cover quite a bit of ground easily.

Jeffmhopkins   Mar 27, 2019  
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badass.

how do you like the motors? I just had a set delivered myself

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Jeffmhopkins   Mar 27, 2019 

what kv did you end up with?

Chaos   Mar 27, 2019 

I went with 1622kv mostly running 6s.

Jeffmhopkins   Mar 28, 2019 

We'll see what 2222kv on 5S can do :D

miromir237   Mar 27, 2019  

Looks like MB Epic copy. Sure its nice.

Chaos   Mar 27, 2019 
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frame is not even close to an epic.....  if 2 frames have a similar 3d print on them it does not make one a copy...

but the 3d print was inspired by the epic's 3d print.  

miromir237   Mar 28, 2019 
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Yeah, I meant the camera mount of-course. I got the littel 3" brother, it's nice frame.

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