'The Golden Snitch' A 2.5" 2s 57g Naked Caddx Vista Toothpick

By Sub 250g FPV on Sep 12, 2020

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My latest Quad build is a 2s 2.5” Nano Quad ‘The Golden Snitch’

Basically a flying Naked Caddx Vista

I’ve been testing different motor options over the last few days and have one more test to try before I show you pictures and give you the details of this collaboration build

We’ve had high winds for the last few days, not ideal for testing a tiny quad like this

Stock BF 4.22 Tune



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YorkyPoo   12 days ago  

love the name*

Sub 250g FPV   7 days ago 

Thank you, it ties in nicely with my logo ;-)

gtang224   9 days ago  

His is very nice. How long is the flight time?

Sub 250g FPV   7 days ago 

You can see what the flight time is fast cruising in this Video :- https://www.instagram.com/p/CFKLo0aHcrA/

MTopp   9 days ago  

Looks good, maybe a little more tuning and rpm filtering is enabled?

Sub 250g FPV   7 days ago 

This is the stock BF 4.2 Tune, and I've been having so much fun with it that for once I haven't even touched the tune ;-)

saahbs   13 days ago  

Nice build. I just tried same props on my 2s quad with 7500kv motors and noticed these are very efficient with tons of thrust low to mid-throttle, but at high throttle it doesn't see to provide thrust given high current draw. What kind of hover current do you get and max current? My 128g AUW 2s650 with 1104 7500KV motors draws 4.2A in hover and max 19A (but I limit throttle endpoint to 80%).

Sub 250g FPV   11 days ago 

I'm averaging 5 / 5.5 amps over a 4 minute Hard Rip ;-) I'll check the Hover and Max Amps and get back to you.

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