Neato Dallas V2

By MrPistachios on Jan 06, 2018

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Built up a second Neato 220 so a single crash wont ruin my day. I am moving to some different parts for cost savings and to try out betaflight. Most of the parts I ordered during the holiday coupon season or like the ESC's I got cheap through our slack chat. Once they break I will probably move to the same spedix esc's as my other build.



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JC250   Jan 09, 2018  

How have you liked the flight controller? I'm gonna get the same flight controller but it is rather new and was wondering if there weree any problems with the board

MrPistachios   Jan 10, 2018 

I actually havent really flown it much, Ive been having an oscillation issue but I think its the ESC's since I'm not sure what they are flashed with. The assembly part was a breeze though, much easier to put together than the kiss boards I was using before

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