Toothpick 2-3s 1103 8022kv with TBS Crossfire

By terranmetal on Jun 06, 2019

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I just came from maidening this. This is a great freestyle park quad for any location!

Compared to the stock sailfly-X, this thing has a lot more torque and control. The sailfly does have a fast top speed but with these KababFPV props this thing runs a little bit faster than the sailfly. The props just SCREAM and can take the full 3s throttle without oscillations or fluttering.

I would compare a sailfly to have a lightweight, fast, and locked in forward speed while this one is better for freestyle. The added weight and bigger motors allow you to fling this quad over obstacles.

On 3s this thing has a lot of power to spare for proximity freestyle, meanwhile on 2s its perfect for small playgrounds.

The motors are soooo smooth, excellent resolution and control with great power on the top end. The throttle is very linear and thus it offers great control.

Max amps on 3s punch is 20a. Hover is 3a. 3s 300mah gets me 3 minutes and a 2s 450mah will get me 4-5 minutes.

I'm running all stock pids and my throttle mid is at .35 with .2expo and all my rates except for yaw have .2 expo.



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UpMostBeast FPV   Feb 18, 2020  

do you have any issues with the crazybee f4 v2?

terranmetal   Feb 18, 2020 

I think this one eventually died because one of the escs stopped working. I ended up replacing the fc aio to a betafpv f4 aio and haven't had any issues since.

Flight&Dice   Jun 06, 2019  

Impressive weight and range! And the video was awesome. Nice work.

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