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  1. Thread: TBS G2

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    Wish I could help but I'm using a Vector, and...

    Wish I could help but I'm using a Vector, and with the stock PIDs it flies unbelievably stable in all modes so I'm sure you will get there. When I first built the copter it was pretty wobbly - turned...
  2. Thread: TBS G2

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    I have some actual data - with the 7" Carbon G2...

    I have some actual data - with the 7" Carbon G2 frame with the TBS1450 motors and green HQPROP 7x4.5 props, PowerCube, EagleTree MicroVector, Runcam Swift, 2.4GZ Unify, and a Crossfire Micro. Its...
  3. Thread: TBS G2

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    The top is the flat surface of the frame. The...

    The top is the flat surface of the frame. The bottom facing side has the cutout / milled square in the center. I suspect the design decision for this was so the screws that hold down the flight...
  4. Thread: TBS G2

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    Well it depends. You need 4 channels for aileron,...

    Well it depends. You need 4 channels for aileron, rudder, elevator, and throttle - but then you need at least one more channel if you want to change the flight modes with your transmitter. You can...
  5. Thread: TBS G2

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    I'm in the middle of a G2 build using a micro....

    I'm in the middle of a G2 build using a micro. Works just fine so far. I chose the micro because it takes so little space and weighs next to nothing. It has 4 discrete output hardware channels but...
  6. Thread: TBS G2

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    By pods I guess you are meaning the Hero and...

    By pods I guess you are meaning the Hero and Snoopy canopies? PLA should work fine. There is a ton of structural integrity in those designs. You could probably print that with PLA and then run over...
  7. Thread: TBS G2

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    For printing parts I've had good luck with...

    For printing parts I've had good luck with regular PLA filament. If the holes needed are really small, I'll drill them out with a drill or Dremel.
    As far as RX placement, I'm going to tie it at the...
  8. Thread: TBS G2

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    new build…. parts are now arriving G2 7”...

    new build…. parts are now arriving


    G2 7” Carbon frame
    HQ 7” 4.5 props
    TBS Powercube
    TBS 1450kv Endurance Motors
    Eagletree Micro FC w/GPS
    Lumenier CMOS-1200 16:9 camera
    TBS Unify 2.4gz vtx
  9. Thread: TBS G2

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    Try this:...

    Try this: http://team-blacksheep.com/tbs_g2_snoopy_canopy.zip
  10. Thread: TBS G2

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    I was looking at the fpvision option. Thats 5.8gz...

    I was looking at the fpvision option. Thats 5.8gz right? - I can't find that spec in the documentation, but it seems to be the race version - which is 5.8gz? That's going to limit your range somewhat...
  11. Thread: TBS G2

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    From the G2 web page description: "7" remains in...

    From the G2 web page description: "7" remains in the air for up to 30mins with a 4S 4500mAh battery.

    Im in.
  12. Thread: TBS G2

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    Interested in this too. Currently I have a...

    Interested in this too. Currently I have a QAV-250 stuffed up with a Naza V2 (for the RTH), Core Pro, 2.4gz 800mw unify, ezUHF 433mz rx'r, and an awful DJI mini OSD. It's AUW is a fat-ass 960 grams....
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