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Thread: HSKB's CineTank MK2 L-XL Build

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    HSKB's CineTank MK2 L-XL Build

    Hi Everyone,
    After seeing Cinetank MK2 quads from a local FPV park, I instantly fell in-love with the design, and decided to build me one.
    This quad will be powered by the Zippy Compact 2700mAH 25C 6S lipo.
    I intend to run big prop (12-15 inch) on this quad.
    I am still waiting for the XL plates from David, and some other parts.
    Below are some pics so far:

    The Frame:


    The motors:
    Option 1: Scorpion Sii-3008-490KV




    Option 2 - T-Motor MN3510-23 400KV



    I think the option 1 is a perfect choice for the mkii-L, however, the current motor adapters do not fit, so I am waiting for the new adapters, and go with option 2 for now.

    ESC is Tiger Motor 2-6s 25A:

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    I couldn't wait for the new motor adapters, so i used the dremel to widen the 2 inner holes to mount my Scorpion motors.
    I really like the injection mold motor mount:


    Moving along with the build:




    Great design on the retainer to keep the clean section ripping off.


    Just almost done (waiting for the 12" prop, a shorter DragonLink antenna, and a shorter M SMA to FM SMA adapter for my VTx).



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    Maiden it today,






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    It's fun to play with my DSLR again, it reminds me of the times i went birding.
    Even at 1/8000 of a second, i still can't freeze the prop motion.
    But since these RC buggies got me, no time for photography














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    nice photos and quad

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    My first try with gopro, still jello so need to adjust it.
    http://youtu.be/n2R6MTPnQnw?t=2m18s

    fast forward to 2.10 ms

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    What dapper do you have?
    You might want to use grays

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    Hi David, i think i will order some grays from you. to try out.
    I just sent you a pm.
    thanks

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    Also, note that there's spots for dampers at the very front and back of the dirty section of the frame, I found that some dampers there really helped calm the vibrations I had.
    -Matt: destroyer of gimbals, wrecker of frames.

    My YT Channel --> youtube.com/user/mdbardeen
    Blog --> fpvlab.com/forums/showthread.php?38190-Vuela-Chile-Vuela!-The-ramblings-of-an-American-in-Chile

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