Quadropus LHI-220

By Quadropus on May 17, 2017

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This is an advanced freestyle rig I build. It is not trimmed to be lightweight or high speed. I just want to fly it and make sure it works like I want it to :) Nothing spectacular but definitely a very well flying quad! The betaFlight OSD makes it perfect to tune on the fly and makes it easy to switch VTX channels!

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36Ophiuchi   May 18, 2017  

How are you liking that Omnibus FC? That's a pretty great price if all those features work well.

Quadropus   May 19, 2017 

It works very well for me :) I killed one signal track on the PCB but that is purely my fault :D I was able to remap the motor output to the LED pins to maintain the DMA ability and keep using DShot. The OSD is awesome, VBat works, the buzzer works. I am very happy :)

UnderDawg   May 17, 2017  

O-kay, I have to ask about the battery cover... Is it custom made?

Quadropus   May 18, 2017 
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Nothing spectacular :) It is bicycle inner tubing and I pulled it over the batteries. It protects the batterie against gravel and stuff and works quiet well. But it is not so easy to get it on.

cyberfpv   May 18, 2017 

haha great idea!!

Quadropus   May 18, 2017 
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Thanks :) I think I saw it on Instagram once and "copied" it :D

Gear Reviews

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By Whiffles Sep 29, 2017

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