2in 1103

By matthew saigon on Jan 29, 2020

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i'm trying to make the whole " toothpick " style builds.
and that is of course including 2in quads.
it's just for small backyard. small entertainment :)

it's hard for me to tell which one i like more. 2s 1102 auw 50g or 2s 1103 auw 70g. 20g more going from 1102 to 1103.

42g dry
amax 1103 7500kv
crazybee v3 ( with built-in frsky, it's to save weight and not intended to go anywhere )
mobula7 aio cam/vtx or use runcam nano 3 with vtx of your choice.
Alexandre Arvinte frame
2s 450mah

betaflight 4.1.x default on 2s. it flies ok, but you can tune it to fly better.

Orbiting my mailbox Azure 2035, my current favorite props for a reason. Azure 2035 are low pitch and they're only 2in, so they're not meant to go anywhere but to orbit my mailbox. they're good for small spaces, proximity.

this is 40g.
3s 350mah HV
Amax 1103 5000kv
gf1940 props.
i think i like gf1940. i'll try them out with 1102 to see which i like better.
PID for it is ok. but i leave it in the picture anyway.



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