7mm Beecore v2

By FissionBomb on Jan 08, 2018

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12/31/17 - Building a 7mm whoop piece by piece now that I've seen how BetaFPV built their Flysky BNF. They VHB'ed an RX to the base of their FC.

01/05/18 - Put everything together and realized I got the wrong size props. I need 31mm with a 0.8mm shaft hole. 40 are too large for the ducts and have a 1mm shaft hole. The BetaFPV board is not powering up and I'm negotiating a remedy with their Service team. I've purchased a Beecore V2 with OSD and onboard Ibus Flysky Receiver in the meantime. RacedayQuads.com had a 10% off sale.

01/08/18 - Beecore arrived today and I had it bound and soldered within minutes. To use Ibus with the Flysky version you must select Uart3 and have Serial Based selected in the configurator tab of Betaflight. This board will use AFHDS 2A unlike the original. Maiden hover went well. I can't wait to finish the break in period and really rip this thing around. It sounds so mean in the air. Running 4 blade props from my Eachine E010 which happen to perfectly match the canopy.



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