Battle H Virus Tutorial Introduction
I love quads that you can fly and that don't break when you land heavy like I do. While I was waiting for the Honey Badger to arrive on my doorstep over Christmas, being a DIY'er, I put together this little quad.
This frame is combination of Fleshpilot's H-Virus and Helliyea's Battle quad. Combining these two ideas I have come up with a quad that doesn't break all too easy, and yes I have tried. This is a 400 sized quad that can carry a gopro without the props in view. Another bonus is that most of the electronics are hidden within the quad. This prevents water, dirt and impact damage. It runs on 8 inch props but the same principles can be used to increase the size for different uses/props. I also made this much bigger (550 size) in testing and it worked well. It is completely symmetrical so it is pretty easy to tune.
The great thing about this quad is that getting the vibrations out isn't too hard. Here in this maiden I have chipped props from an earlier crash test and the picture looks pretty impressive. With new props and more effort into mounting the gopro it should become vibration free.
So clean your workbench and get ready for a very simple, cheap build.
Battle H Virus Parts
Sharp Knife (new blade)
Coroplast (I used 1000 g/m and 5mm thick)
PVC Plastic tube 20mm
Coverfilm (I used black PVC seconds of ebay) or packing tape
Double sided mounting tape
drill with drill bits(3mm bit)
The other stuff Not all is required or can be exchanged with your choice.
NTM 1200kv “Juz” motors
F30A flashed with simonK
naze32 or CC3D (board needs to be small)
silcon wire 16AWG
silcon wire 12AWG
3.5mm gold connectors
ezufh lite 4channel
band aids for those idiots who should know not to cut towards themselves