Bullet or Battery Vamp

By kwadkenstine on Jul 17, 2019

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Why .
Because i could.
Mamba 40a stack
Eachine leaf 1000mw switcher 72 chanel vtx.
Caddx Ratel .
Falcon 220 hybread frame.
Motors 2611 3500KV edf.
Prop adaptors custom mod.
Victum ,1500mah 4s high c rating
props TBA But for now dal 5046.
Flies like a KWAD a verry fast KWAD.
This is part 1 ,part 2 is the aero shell and gps .
Also a test kwad for drink bottle speed challenge power train.

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1Smug_Bastard   Jul 21, 2019  

Flying blender.... Have a video of this in flight ?

MrPistachios   Jul 19, 2019  
1

OMG Yes! I always said 2019 would be the year that down facing motors would be the new hype. My thought would be to stick the flight stack in the frame upside down and then just flip the props so they would be more at the height of the stack

Minichado   Jul 19, 2019  
1

But why?

Because i could.

Oh, fair enough! :D :D I love the unique look man!

HK-AERIAL VTOL   Jul 18, 2019  
1

What I want to know is what is it like to land (the straight pusher)? You just disarm close to the ground?

kwadkenstine   Jul 18, 2019 

Basically yes. I line up on something tall levell out and disarm when it touches

sergetania   Jul 17, 2019  

I think if you just rotate the camera and change a few BF parameters this will become a normal quad with top-mounted battery and electronics mounted underneath the bottom plate. So it's not that weird. Ok, just for that, I am giving it a like! 😉

Jodie Froster   Jul 17, 2019  
1

First of all, I think it's pretty cool the way you used the edf motor like that. The shaft poking up through the arm is interesting. How are you launching it? Do you just put it on a small object, so it sits on the battery and the props clear, or can you sit it on the prop nuts and still take off (have you tried? does it unscrew the prop nuts?)
Second of all: IS THAT A NISSAN SKYLINE?!?!?!?!!?!?

kwadkenstine   Jul 17, 2019 
1

Launches off its nuts fine .
And yes its a skyline one of my dailys, Its off its nuts too

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