4s 3s Toothpick3 TP3 1303

By matthew saigon on Oct 03, 2019

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4s TP3 is more popping but a bit shorter flight time.
3s TP3 is more efficient, longer flight time.
they both flies really nice.
finally we got proper setups for ultra light weight 3", because of 1303 motors and gemfan 3018 props and of course, whoop boards.

i'm using modula7 aio whoop camera with vtx chopped off and using tbs pro32 nano vtx
i'm using Gnb 3s 450mah 47g with 16awg wires leads.
weight: 64g dry
betaflight 4.0.6 with community presets 11xx ( https://github.com/betaflight/betaflight/wiki/Community-Presets )

on 3s: tpa: 0.5 1600 and no throttle cut.

on 4s: lowered P gain and D gain by 5. TPA: 0.5 1550
throttle cut 70% ( clipped, not scale )

note: 3s 1303. no throttle cut.

note: 4s 1303. throttle cut 70% ( clipped, not scale )

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Part List

Frame

ToothPick 3 Frame - TP3 (9 builds)
Fpvcycle.com
$17.99

Flight Controller

NameLessRC AIO412T (FC+ESC AIO) (9 builds)
Fpvcycle.com
$42.99

Motors

4 x FPVCycle Amaxinno 1303 4800kv Motor - 2mm prop shaft (5 builds)
Fpvcycle.com
$51.96

Propellers

Gemfan 3018 Props (4CW + 4CCW) - 2mm (6 builds)
Fpvcycle.com
$3.99

Misc Parts

BeeBrain V2 Camera Color Mount (13 builds)
Newbeedrone.com
$2.99
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jnguy101   May 10, 2020  

Wait im confused what size battery packs are you using? 1500? 0.0

matthew saigon   May 11, 2020 

lol, no. are you talking about this ? " on 3s: tpa: 0.5 1600 and no throttle cut. " meaning, on 3s batteries, TPA is 0.5 and TPA breakpoint is 1600. they're setting for betaflight 4.0. but my PID is ok, they're not very good. i need to rebuild it and tune it again someday.

WarGooN   Dec 04, 2019  

what are the motor distance can u measure for me?

catSupremacy   Oct 14, 2019  
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what camera u using?

matthew saigon   Oct 15, 2019 

i'm using one of those aio whoop camera with vtx chopped off. i think it's uruav ur65 camera, but i'm not sure. because modual7 camera and uruav ur65 look the same.

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