Cyber Glide

By randal007 on Jun 17, 2020

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This is my best rig that I've built to date. Running betaflight 4.2 1.8x filters with a dialed in tune. Even if I try I cant get any propwash, this is the smoothest quad I've ever flown. I'll post some logs showing how clean it is later.



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Weenis   22 days ago  

Im working on a similar build! except i went with the Dji air unit. its a bit of a extra work, but its coming along nicely. thanks for sharing your hard work!

im also interested in that tune!
waiting impatiently for flight footage

TeamWolfFPV   22 days ago  

Solid build. I've been using the same stack in my 5" inchers, and I've been thrilled. Super stoked to hear that you aren't able to propwash on 4.2!

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