beecore 2s 1104

By matthew saigon on Apr 28, 2019

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--Beecore f4 10a whoop board ( to be replaced with Geprc 12a whoop board )
--2s Dys 1104 6500kv
--kingkong 2535

it flies great and pretty fast. good control.

i already put 50 packs in and it's still flying :)
voltage regulator might burn out, but you can replace it with external voltage regulator ( people've been doing that a lot lately with all kind of boards :)
when you solder those motor wires, spread them out, solder on both sides of the board to avoid shorting. don't try to solder all of them on one side or you might regret :)
people've been saying, esc burn out and take motor out with it. i think they don't know how to solder those motor wires and they got shorted out. those motor pads are very close to each other.

weight: 54g dry + 31g battery

my pid is not good but flyable.
first go to betaflight presets:
copy/paste for 2" 3" 11xx setting.

R: 40, 78, 32
P: 45, 85, 35
Y: 35, 100, 0
D_min: R 21, P 23, Y 0, gain 30
TPA: 0.40 , TPA breakpoint: 1600

sorry, my box goggles are old, but it will look great with your $700 goggles. :)



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