Kiss'd Shrike Style 220

By mrwhit08 on Jan 25, 2017

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Kiss'd Shrike Style 220 Build. Ended up with FoxeerTM25 Switcher and Lumenier AXII instead of unify Pro and Triumph. Primarily the weight of AXII and lack mA supplied by 5v shrike v2 OEM PDB to power TBS Unify. Even using a polollu 5v down stepper off the 12v and VBat pad, it got very hot and tbs unify would end up turning off. Nice thing is it seems to have some built in protection. my recommendation, only run the fc (in my case KISS) from the 5vreg pads. Don't attempt to run anything else off any of the regulated pads, be sure to buy parts that support 2s-5s+.



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Whiffles   Jan 25, 2017  

This is the first I've seen of those props. How do you like them?

mrwhit08   Jan 30, 2017 

Good, a little noisy. If I'm going to be noisy, I prefer 5045 Tri-BN's ;-) Def. my go-to prop.

mrwhit08   Jun 12, 2017 

^^^Can't believe I ever used the Tri-BN's. I guess we all did, I was just late on giving them up lol

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