betafpv 20a 4s 1304

By matthew saigon on Oct 21, 2019

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10/21/19 note: if you're going to use 4s 1304, 1404 or bigger, you should use betafpv 20a. 12a esc won't give you enough output power. those setups still run fine but they feel less power than they should. even the motors draw less than 12a. ( trust me, forget 12a esc with those motors )

i just show my setup here, so i don't have to remember it.

weight: 86g dry
battery: 80g 4s , don't use 70g batteries. this thing sucks them down quick.
propeller: Avan 3025
motor: ldarc 1304 4100kv, ( i've heard rcx 1304 are better but i don't have them )
camera: runcam nano
vtx: hglrc nano ( tbs pro32 nano is better )
receiver: R-XsR
flight controller: BetaFPV 20a aio whoop board

PID is ok, flyable.
betaflight 4.1 ( PID is in the picture )
TPA: 0.70 breakpoint: 1250

10/24/19: i need to change out vtx. it's bad and makes me nervous. it flies pretty good. but i feel people are going to like them with 1404 or 1306.



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