Geyser Beast

By AlbeeSoaring on Mar 31, 2020

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I have been playing with the idea of building a Cinawhoops style kwad for some time now. Finally decided to do the Geyser last year but could decide on components for a while. This has been a long drawn out build for me but it flies so great.


Part List


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Flight Controller

XRotor Micro Combo - F4 G2 FC - 45A 4-in-1 ESC (7 builds)


4 x T-Motor F80 PRO - 2200KV Motor

FPV Camera

Foxeer Arrow Micro Pro 600TVL FPV Camera with OSD (2.1 lens) (2 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO32 HV (MMCX) (60 builds)


Lumenier Micro AXII Stubby MMCX 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP)


TBS Crossfire Nano RX Special Edition FPV LONG RANGE DRONE RECEIVER (12 builds)


CNHL Black Series 1100mAh 22.2V 6S 100C Lipo Battery (23 builds)
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Jodie Froster   Apr 01, 2020  

So you don't mind the weight of those big a$$ motors on those teensy props? The battery too, she on that "Oh lawd, she comin'" weight class. Does she slide wide in turns? I guess my real question is: Have you flown it indoors?

AlbeeSoaring   Apr 01, 2020 

I have flown a little indoors still feeling it out and getting rates dialled. It can turn on a dime zero slide out unless thats what Im trying to do with it. The batteries dont seem to mind so far. I get around 3:50 with a hero6 on a 1100 6S battery. The larger motors or Big A$$ Motors as you call them help with throttle managment and keeping a solid elevation since they have so much inertia they also help give back the yaw athoriy you loose from ducts.

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