BigBird (Iflight XL7 V4)

By T0mPi on Nov 30, 2019

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I want a long range machine, so here is it, XL7 3S setup. TODO this section. :)

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miromir237   7 days ago  
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Really impressive dry weight for a 7". I guess it will fly pretty long.

T0mPi   5 days ago 

I have shaky problem with it, and I didn't know how to resolve it. Do you have any suggest? I Saw on your profile many 7" quad :)

kwadkenstine   4 days ago 
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Hi If you are using betaflight 4,1 , Reset all pid values to default and then set d min to ( ZERO)
Then change the ratio of p to d with the sliders and also how fast and how strong they come on.
Please let us know how it went

miromir237   4 days ago 
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I was able to solve jello with fiters but there was always shakes for me (they were very minimal when there was no wind). So I bought Hero7.
I am attaching my PIDs for MBEpic Cinematic 7" which is pretty heavy quad (~920g AUW).

Oeliboeb   5 days ago  

that capacitor is thicc af

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