Neato 220 Dallas

By MrPistachios on Sep 11, 2017

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Currently changing my frame from a Zuul Superbeast to a smaller lighter frame, I was having many oscillations issues and thought it was the old Sunny sky motors I was using. I switched to the silk Mr.Steele motors as he claims they work amazingly well and he also runs a Kiss FC but I had the same issues with the brand new motors.
I then tried the soft motor mounts provided by Prop City but still had the same issue.

What finally solved it was the latest update to the Kiss FC with the adaptive filtering option, now it flies smooth but the front motors get really hot on stock PIDs so I will start tuning and hope to over come the issues.

The Neato frame is very sturdy and has already survived a few crashes and flies amazingly well when compared to the Zuul


Updated to a Helio 2, Aikon 4in1 ESC and crossfire

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