By 00jferna on Aug 03, 2020

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Wanted a quiet build for park flying. Real pain soldering on this board, but it flies!

9/2/2020: The Betafpv Silverware board seemed to have a bad flash, motor mapping was all wrong. Also, it just wanted to fly away. Attempted to adjust pids, but no luck. Ended up replacing with the FPVCycle 1s board. It's a great board with large soldering pads. I'm using the Dave_C_FPV Sanchez frame so the upward facing USB on this board didn't make much of a difference in this build. Also, the solder pads for the VTX/CAM aren't really through holes, the pads are too small on the underside of the board the solder from underneath. Otherwise, solid board.

The quad flies well enough, a little floaty and loose in the corners, could use a tune, but great fun in tight areas where you wouldn't fly a 5inch. Getting around 3:30-4 mins on RDQ 1S 450mah batteries. I also switched them over to BT2.0 connectors.

It's super quiet and lightweight, making it a great lunch break ripper!


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