Berserker 1404 -3" HX115

By Pairadime on Jan 31, 2020

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This is my take on the toothpick. Solid Unibody Frame with 4 mm thick carbon fiber and large diameter motors just for fun.  I took her out yesterday and at first it didn't really impress me, but I immediately wanted to charge all my 2s and 3s batteries and keep flying. People always compare their toothpicks flying like a much bigger quads. It doesn't fly like a 5 inch or even a 4 inch. It has different flight characteristics. It swims through the air effortlessly, yaw spins are instant, rolls and flips with authority. Compact and only at 145 grams with a 3s 450 mah lipo. With roughly 1588 grams of thrust on tap - its achieving a power to weight ratio of 10 to 1. In my experience 12 to 1 is Nirvana, but 10 to 1 is not too bad either. What makes this quad so enticing is the small form factor. It can do all the acro moves that the bigger quads can do.  Its very fast and stable and legal to fly almost anywhere. That's the attraction to the toothpick form.
Small, Capable, Quiet and Legal.



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Doctor_fpv   Feb 04, 2020  


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Doctor_fpv   Feb 24, 2020 

youll never reach 20amps no way. you could have used the cheaper 12amp

Pairadime   Feb 24, 2020 

You are right, but I was hoping that this board had better quality mosfets that would give me a huge headroom. Unfortunately I crashed it bad during the second day of flying and Killed the gyro.  Next one will have 1204's and a lighter frame.

Doctor_fpv   Feb 24, 2020 

that is what i did with the primo 3 inch. i used 1203i

Clarkr   Feb 01, 2020  

Clean build!

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