Atom Ant

By kanahmal on Jul 15, 2017

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baevans11   Oct 31, 2017  

So the long version of the tattus do work on this frame cause airblade uav reccomended choosing a different battery but ive seen a few people choose these on here?

kanahmal   Nov 01, 2017 

They definitely work, if you can find a flatter battery it would probably be better for landings but these long ones work fine.

STOLerant   Sep 27, 2017  

How are those motors? Pretty punchy?

kanahmal   Sep 27, 2017 

I don't have any others in the size to compare them to, but with my goggles on it's hard to tell the difference between them and my larger 5" motors on punch outs. Minute changes in weight makes much more of a difference however.

STOLerant   Sep 27, 2017 

Nice, thanks for the feedback. Hopefully put one of these together soon, I love my Atom V3.

BearPants   Jul 17, 2017  

Can you shorten the battery wires to save weight? What are your flight times and have you posted a youtube video yet? Can you fly a 3s battery?

kanahmal   Jul 18, 2017 

I could probably shorten the wires but I'll wait till I have some wires in a slightly smaller guage. As for the rest I'm waiting for my weekend to get it tuned and flying right.

Not sure about 3s, 10000kv is pretty high for that, but ill definitely pick up a pack to try it out.

BearPants   Jul 19, 2017 

Nive let me know!

Currently   Jul 17, 2017  
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Something about this build really strikes a cord with me. Its pretty awesome!

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