HD Frankenstein

By MUSTFLY on Jan 10, 2020

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HERE AND NOW! 65mm 1s HD Whoop!
Under 35 grams HD pocket quadcopter. Smallest HD quadcopter in my collection!

I used 803 19000kv 1s motors.
BF settings - Mokingbird Project for 08x brushless motors builds.
Flight time about 2:00-2:10.
JESC 48kHz firmware adds about 20 secs of flight time.



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MakeitHappen   Jan 23, 2020  

Nice and clean build. I want to give this a try. What would you do different if you build a second one?

MUSTFLY   Jan 24, 2020 

Frame size. I build new one on beta85 frame. Its flight moooore better. When use 2s it flighst like 65/75mm frame, more easier to flight throu small gaps. When use 3s it is flyes great outdoor. Then use 4s its flyes like usual 3 inch quad. On HD Frankenstein I can use only 1s, its good, but not best.

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