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    New video up....

    https://youtu.be/ZMCT8PaUDKE
    Last edited by Fusionman; 9th September 2015 at 11:47 PM.

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    I ended up sticking with CC3D and open pilot...it seems sensitive to high yaw rates and will wobble at high speeds at full throttle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAYMIDROIX View Post
    Post an screen shot of your PIDS and I'll be able to help you on your setup.
    Do you have suggestions for open pilot settings? It fly's very smooth as long as the yaw rate stays at the lower settings. I typically fly 3 cells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fusionman View Post
    Do you have suggestions for open pilot settings? It fly's very smooth as long as the yaw rate stays at the lower settings. I typically fly 3 cells.
    Flying great....not much tuning other than backing off yaw rate.

    https://youtu.be/E9uWQUYn118

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    The blackbird arms geometry makes it to fly very different from regular quads. If you leave the front motors parallel to the frame and tilt just the rear. It will fly pretty fast but it's not good for tight turns. I'm currently using the front and rear arms parallel to the frame and it's giving me the vest control all around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAYMIDROIX View Post
    The blackbird arms geometry makes it to fly very different from regular quads. If you leave the front motors parallel to the frame and tilt just the rear. It will fly pretty fast but it's not good for tight turns. I'm currently using the front and rear arms parallel to the frame and it's giving me the vest control all around.
    I fly it with both front and rear at 20 fwd tilt...I like it's speed and I have no problem with tight turns...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fusionman View Post
    So I just bought one of these frames try out. Has anyone else out there purchased one or already flying one?
    Could you guys share some pics of your build I would see how nice these quads are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Binary Kung Fu View Post
    Could you guys share some pics of your build I would see how nice these quads are?
    I'll post some more stuff when I get back to my PC tonight. Love it so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fusionman View Post
    I'll post some more stuff when I get back to my PC tonight. Love it so far
    Thanks I'm looking forward to checking out your build later tonight. I saw your last YouTube video that quad flys really smooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Binary Kung Fu View Post
    Thanks I'm looking forward to checking out your build later tonight. I saw your last YouTube video that quad flys really smooth.
    There are a lot of pictures of build in the facebook group that I have. https://www.facebook.com/groups/aimdroix/

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