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    You see me money fly away Brewology's Avatar
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    Just finished My first build using fatshark , dx7s all was 2300 after said and done

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    6s 5000mah
    ar8000
    naza v2
    power step down regulator for gimble and video tx with built in ferrit
    dji E600 1600g per arm
    carbon fiber gimble
    attitude goggles
    dx7s


    does anyone know if the omni antenna with more clovers goes on quad or goggles couldnt figure that one out?


    oh and does anyone think head tracking is nice to have on quads ?

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    Nice first build, It may just be the light but it looks like those knock off deans on your battery and esc I would ditch those before they vibrate loose. The real deans plugs however do not have as much of a tendency to work apart provided you dont overheat them during soldering.

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    That's a serious rig for a first multi. Now I suggest a little 250 basher so you can have some fun
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    I love that cork board on the wall of your office with the yarn connecting all the components of the build.
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    Great diagram on the wall! Very graphic. I too would ditch the Deans connectors completely and go with these http://www.andersonpower.com/product...onnectors.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquidsilver View Post
    I love that cork board on the wall of your office with the yarn connecting all the components of the build.
    thanks for feedback , i did up the board cuz i didnt wanna waste money buying wrong or redundant parts lol

    Quote Originally Posted by ElectricEvan369 View Post
    Nice first build, It may just be the light but it looks like those knock off deans on your battery and esc I would ditch those before they vibrate loose. The real deans plugs however do not have as much of a tendency to work apart provided you dont overheat them during soldering.
    One on the connector i think that came pre-done was a knock off and i didnt re solder just cuz But i am gonna ditch e the deans cuz they are a kinda pain to connect aswell but thanks for the feed back!


    Quote Originally Posted by GLEvideo View Post
    Great diagram on the wall! Very graphic. I too would ditch the Deans connectors completely and go with these http://www.andersonpower.com/product...onnectors.html
    those look good thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by criccio View Post
    That's a serious rig for a first multi. Now I suggest a little 250 basher so you can have some fun
    what is a 250 basher I'vel never heard of those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewology View Post
    what is a 250 basher I'vel never heard of those?
    A 250 basher is just a generic term for a less expensive 250mm (motor to motor) sized quad that you can learn on and crash without worrying about destroying $2,000 worth of equipment. A lot of the carbon fiber mini quads are pretty hardy. You can crash over and over and only break props or bend motor shafts. Not being afraid to crash really accelerates the learning process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewology View Post
    does anyone know if the omni antenna with more clovers goes on quad or goggles couldnt figure that one out?
    The three lobe is called clover leaf and goes to vtx.
    Four lobe one is skew planar and goes to vrx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kha View Post
    The three lobe is called clover leaf and goes to vtx.
    Four lobe one is skew planar and goes to vrx.
    lol i was flying it backwards then.... thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquidsilver View Post
    A 250 basher is just a generic term for a less expensive 250mm (motor to motor) sized quad that you can learn on and crash without worrying about destroying $2,000 worth of equipment. A lot of the carbon fiber mini quads are pretty hardy. You can crash over and over and only break props or bend motor shafts. Not being afraid to crash really accelerates the learning process.
    Oh gotcha well ive went threw about 6 X1 Syma quad-copters before i was devoted to going all out with this, only 1 went bad from me crashing it into a tele pole full speed. Depth perception was a little off that day lol but they mainly went bad because they weren't stored on a flat surface then wouldn't stay level and just flip over , drove me nuts.. but thanks for the response

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