The Sixer

By AncientJ on Sep 11, 2017

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$7 frame; how could I resist?

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betodiaz91   May 04, 2019  

Such a nice build. I've been building a raiju with almost this exact same setup. I'm having major issues with the quad twitching though. What version of BF are you running? You're still using multishot?

Manindewar   May 19, 2018  

looks great. i am puzzling how did you connect motor 5 and 6 to the Fc
thanks

AncientJ   May 19, 2018 

i think i used PPM and LED contacts remapped using BF resource commands.  Had to use multishot instead of dshot due to DMA conflicts.

Manindewar   May 19, 2018 

thanks i go do that now :-)

vonGreezly   Oct 09, 2017  

Do you have a link to the files you used to mount your camera? great build! Looks like a ton of fun :D

AncientJ   Oct 09, 2017 
vonGreezly   Oct 09, 2017 

<3 THANKS!

Quadxl   Sep 16, 2017  

Looks cool. Any videos?

AncientJ   Sep 16, 2017 
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Quadxl   Sep 17, 2017 

Thanks!
Looks like it has a vast power.
Did you manage to remove the jello?

AncientJ   Sep 17, 2017 

Jello comes and goes. I'm still working on the tune, my camera mount can slide down such that the camera touches the bottom plate, and I had a bent prop in this video. With my current tune and clean props, I don't get jello unless the camera slides down. I should probably put a piece of foam tape under it.

UnderDawg   Sep 16, 2017  

Thanks for posting this!! I've been wanting to build a 1407 hex and didn't want to tear down my Raiju to do it. I just bought this frame... can't beat that price.

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