ImpulseRC Apex 4" HD (Micro Apex)

By ICARU5 on Nov 02, 2022

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Extremely powerful, agile and durable, I love it and this here: https://www.tiktok.com/@behind.the.goggles/video/7158564604468038918

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PrimeRC   15 days ago  

Wow, you sure did well fitting all that in the frame! I love the Micro Apex frames, but I've only ever flown analogue where it's easier to get everything in. Nice setup and I bet it flies beautifully!

feej   29 days ago  
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Wow, that 6S pack looks nuts :D The parts list says 2004 motors but I think they're 1408s in the photos, right? How are you finding them with that kind of weight? I went from 2004 to 2203.5 on my (fairly heavy) Apex 4, but still not quite happy with it.

How is your buzzer attached to the mount? I ended up stuffing mine in behind the camera but it's kind of awkward to get to.

Cheers! Happy flying :)

ICARU5   29 days ago 
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Thx 🙂 You're right, I made a copy & paste mistake. That are 1408 2350KV motors, I've updated the parts list, thanks for the hint. They perform very good, this quad is now one of my favourites. I'm always looking for the size of the lateral surface, when I have to choose motors for a new build:
1408=>352
2004=>251
2203,5=>242
So, 1408 is way more powerful than 2004 and 2203,5 - and 1408 is also lighter. So, if you are looking for extrem power and good acceleration instead of efficiency, than take 1408.

I mounted the buzzer with a tpu mount, which I have desingned. It's attached with heat shrink to that tiny TPU print. I prefer to mount the buzzer outside the frame, because I had several times the problem, that they start to buzz and it is impossible to turn them off, when they get wet or after a heavy crash. It's realy annoying, therefor I stopped using Vifly Finder 2 Buzzers, because I had at least 5 times this failure. Now I'm using the HGLRC Soter buzzers. So far this problem didn't appear anymore, but to be sure I still prefer a place where I can easyly remove them and also replace them. I've added the stl location to the parts list and also a link to the buzzers I use.

Cheers! Happy flying 😁🖖

feej   29 days ago 
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Cheers! I have spent the afternoon copying this (though I don't have a proper mount) - I just managed to wedge/foam tape my buzzer under the antenna mount. Now I don't need to carry a small stick to poke the button when I take the battery out 😂 So, thanks for that idea!

I'm quite keen to try the 1408s but with an 850mah 4S pack I'm getting around 4 mins flight time and my Apex is quite chonky at about 350g or so. Not sure how much less efficient it would be with 1408s. But... it might be more fun :D

Thanks for the reply man, appreciate it.

Jodie Froster   Nov 02, 2022  
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Great looking build, very tidy

ICARU5   Nov 02, 2022 

Thanks 🙂

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