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first flight and first crash

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Couldn't tell what direction the quad was facing at the end, pushed my luck a bit.
Very happy for the first flight! I'll try again tomorrow.

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  1. p0lar's Avatar
    nice flght. BIG props. are those 12inch? looks like you need some different colored foam to tell front from back as well good job
  2. q6600's Avatar
    Yep... I had noticed my mistake of not disguising the front by the end of the first flight, should of stopped but adrenaline got the better of me.

    Specs
    12" props,
    22" from motor to motor,
    1.110kg total weight,
    880kv,
    4000mh venom 20c (310g),
    scavanged ESKY Hobby rx/tx (ET6I) from King Bee
    Updated 03-12-2011 at 09:43 AM by q6600
  3. budiwan's Avatar
    I have question:
    Are you use two battrey suplay for CPU and ESC ?

    because I have expirent , CPU need suplay with another battrey

    budiwan
  4. q6600's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by budiwan
    I have question:
    Are you use two battrey suplay for CPU and ESC ?

    because I have expirent , CPU need suplay with another battrey

    budiwan
    My current setup is
    1x 11.1v 4000mha for ESC/Motor
    1x 7.2v 800mha for CPU/Arduino Mega

    On that flight it was
    2x 11.1v 2000mha
    1x 7.2v 600mha
  5. bilbo33's Avatar
    Great Job, You did better than me on your first flight..Well done..