Spare Parts Quad..

By Waffles on Mar 10, 2020

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Put this together with parts I had laying around.. tmotor f60s with antique rotorgeek 20 amp esc.. oneshot. kakute F7 aio board, runcam, tbs vtx, frsky x-rsr. 1500mah 4s ovanic. Frame is a Flynoceros Cerberus v2, with 3d printed housing facing the cam backwards.

edit: 05242020, switched esc to 32bit, the old rotorgeek ones  were making some funky noise..



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Impavidus   Mar 10, 2020  

frame or props in view?

Waffles   Mar 10, 2020 

The frame and props/prop nuts are visible below about 40 degree cam tilt. Lowest possible cam angle is around 28-30 degrees, then the frame and props can really be seen.. I uploaded a few pictures with the cam view at different angles.

Impavidus   Mar 10, 2020 

Awesome. Great build. Thanks for the info.

kwadkenstine   Mar 10, 2020  

Cool use of random bits, Coool

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