QAV-Skitzo

By faken on Feb 20, 2017

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Tried to make this build as clean as possible. Had to fight a bit to fit those 40A ESC's.
Didn't apply the decals because the ESC's cover up the arms completely.

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Sean   Feb 21, 2017  

Holy crap, 40A ESCs exist now! Surely 30A ones would be enough for the F40s, no? People fly the F60s with 30A ESCs.

faken   Feb 22, 2017 
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You are right, the 30A ESC's would have been enough for the F40s. But i wanted to go 100% safe and be able to fly every possible prop that's out there. And the price difference between the 30 and 40A-ESC wasn't substantial. Soldering up the super thick cables was quite a challenge :)

boom banana   Mar 15, 2017 

u bought it on getfpv.com right ? doesnt it include a pdb?

faken   Mar 15, 2017 

I've got the frame from https://flyingmachines.de (german store). There was no PDB included. Actually i've recently updated the build to use the Skitzo (Raceflight) flight controller. Still using the RROSD PDB.

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