MaximusFPV Byte Size V2

By MaximusFPV on Jul 02, 2019

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I THINK MY ALIEN IS GETTING TIRED OF THIS
He's been in a total of three separate builds now. Originally, of course, he was in the Modulus 65 110X (remember that old thing?), then the Byte Size, and now, in the Byte Size V2, the new and improved Byte Size! Anyway, this AFNG Anubis16 is a trooper. It's taken it all without a single complaint, and it's probably the best FC I've ever owned. I guess that's what you get when you get a one-of-a-kind , handmade flight controller.

THE BUILD
So I've got to be honest, this really wasn't much of a build, more of a swap. At first, I used the included EOS2/Unify Nano mount instead of my ol' trusty WolfWhoop WT07, and it worked out okay, but it added a couple grams. This probably would've been fine except that I was too cheap to order some 1103s and stuck with my DYS 1102 10000kV, and they just barely fell short of the power I wanted, so I switched back to the AIO. However, the if you get some 1103 for this build, the EOS2/Unify combo is excellent and I highly recommend it.
Anyway, the build is fairly simple, especially since the stack is no longer structural like it was with the V1. This makes both assembly and maintenance much simpler.

wHy NoT bUiLd A tOoThPiCk?!?
Because it's annoying, that's why. I find this 2" formula to be super fun, and it doesn't force me to rely on sketchy AIO boards where one failure can take out two vital components of your quad. Maybe I'm just old school, but that doesn't sit well with me. Plus, I only sell things I can test, and since I have no interest in testing AIO builds, I couldn't sell a frame for them. 65mm 2S 110X is a formula we micro pilots have messed with for literally years, as in the first build I ever saw used heli tail motors (~1103) and 75mm props on an extremely rare micro brushless frame. So in any case, this isn;t new, and I think there's a reason it went into the past :)

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Olivewoods   Aug 03, 2019  

Hello, do you have a CLI dump for this? What BF version are you using as most have said stay with 3.5.7 for micros. Thanks.

sunnysunny   Jul 09, 2019  
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I enjoyed over read your blog post. This was actually what i was looking for and i am glad to came here!
wuxiaworld

HK-AERIAL VTOL   Jul 07, 2019  

Yes.... 2" is the best. You can live without a 5", but not without a micro.

le_vinsky   Jul 06, 2019  
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2" FTW!:)

quad66   Jul 03, 2019  
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wrt "toothpicks," AMEN! ha!

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