eMax Baby Hawk

By AcroFPV on May 10, 2017

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This is my eMax Baby Hawk. I got it thinking it would be fun for indoors, but this thing is WAY too fast for indoor use! It also flies pretty bad and not stable at all. The flight control board is held down with some really cheap double sided foam tape. Its advised to take apart the frame so you can remove the stock tape and replace it with high quality VHB. After doing this to my quad, it still flew like ass. Several attempts to tune the quad failed.

I am not very impressed with this and plan on selling it.

A video of my first flights and what I think:

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Part List

Frame

eMax BabyHawk - 85mm Brushless Drone
Multirotormania.com
$108.00

Receiver

FrSky Ultra Light XM - 16 Ch S.Bus Micro RECEIVER – MultiRotorMania (2 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$12.99

Batteries

450mAh 2S 7.4V 30C LiPo, 18AWG JST
E-fliterc.com
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