BQE rip squeak, cree edition

By creeworks on Sep 29, 2021

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thought i would post my BQE Rip squeak build since there wasnt many on here.

my first full build from the ground up, coming from a Tinyhawk2 that i modified with Tinysleds TBS sled (TBS CRSF nano, unify nano) this build is definitely night and day difference. thanks to the help of my FPV crate sub i got most of the parts over couple months (frame, esc, props, and original motors which were Flash hobby 2004 3150kv)

with the xing2 motors it rips pretty good for a 3s setup, the stock tune in the diatone mamba fc is very smooth and easy to fly. i do have a couple kinks to work out in betaflight (won't arm after crash, VTX tables) i would like a little more flight time or of it but i guess it's good for the setup (3.5 mins cruising, 2.5 mins ripping on 550 mah 3s) very happy with the unify nano VTX...so powerful for a tiny package. very impressed with the video quality and range.

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OMikeG86   8 days ago  

Hey I see you have the Jumper T18 Pro V2 . What new features did they add in this version? There's not much info out there on these but I saw on Banggood that it comes with a touchscreen and internal charging and that they took out the jp5in1 module and switch back to the jp4in1 so the 2.4ghz antenna isn't internal anymore. Can you confirm that any of this is true?

creeworks   8 days ago 

maybe mine isnt the v2?? because mine has the jp5in1 with internal antenna, its not internal charging, but i belive it does have the touch screen...but doesn't work untill open TX makes it available. dont know if that helps any LOL

lgustol   22 days ago  

What's the weight of this quad? These flight times are way too low. How's the performance? I feel like it could easily handle a bigger battery.

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lgustol   21 days ago 

I'm getting 3.5 to 4 min flying my 2.5" Phantom HD with 1404 motors, using 450mah and 500mah 3S. it weighs about 108g without the battery. I also reach 6 min if just cruising.
Since you're using 3" props I would experiment with 650mah and 850mah. I feel like 1000mah would be too heavy and could actually have lower flight times, or the same with lower performance. But some people prefer flying heavier quads, so it might be a matter of personal taste.

lgustol   21 days ago 

I also fly until about 11V, that's when I bring the quad back closer to me, and I land at about 10.5V (3.5V per cell). The resting voltage usually goes up to 3.7-3.8V per cell.

creeworks   21 days ago 

yea when i first built it i was thinking id get at least 4 min out of it on a 550mah, and i probably could push it and be light as possible on the throttle. it did gain about 30 sec flight time when i switched motors from 2004's to 1404's. may just need to pick up some 650mah packs and see what i can get out of it. thanks for the comments!

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