pt0x 3.0

By pt0x on May 24, 2020

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After my 2.4 build This is version 3.0. A new Armattan Marmotte DJI Edition, so I have a second good 6s quad.

This time most of the parts are the same. just general improvements due to experience. Electronics are all the same, just got rid of the Ethix v3's because they are super weak. Or at least my batch of 8 motors are. I keep using them on my 2.4 quad untill they are behond repair. 3.0 is rocking Cyber Xings 2306 1777kV.

This quad will run the GoPro 8 and the old marmotte a session

TBS Nano RX is underneath the Caddx Vista. this time cleaner and easier to reach.



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floxflux   9 days ago  

how does the twing f7 mini stack holding up? how much auw?

pt0x   9 days ago 

hi! I actually just replaced it. the icm gyros are a pain to (fine)tune. so im now using the goku f722 mini stack (so with the esc) my auw is 735g with the gp8 etc.

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