It don’t seem to work.
They just dont seem to like the Taranis.
Manually setting the Taranis to try suit the “us” didnt work either.
Gave up and got back the TBLE02S
We got around to rebuild another Wild Willy and this round, with quite some hop ups. We call them mods but the community call them hop up so well, we have to go with the lingo. #lol
Order 1 more set from Hobbyking. Didn’t get the pre-built set from RCMart as we just love building it. Hope it wasn’t our building that caused all the problem. Week of 23 Jan 2017. 2nd set arrived from Hobbyking. Decided to change to lipo! 2S seems to work fine. 1
22 Jan 2017 – Ordered the hop ups from Asiatees. Going to love the red…i hope.
and these from rcmart.
Feb 2017 – Colors. Preparing…
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Looks cheap enough to get and slap it on your quad for some home made night vision?! Get it here.
Dampening that works. See more at the end of this post http://up.itcow.com/2015/02/16/build-immersionrc-xugong-v2-pro/
This is the Max6.
Installation shows the bolt goes into the nut then into the metal holder that holds arm. It can’t be right!
There’s no way to tighten it and worse, it’s damn hard to dismantle when we install it bolt into the metal holder then the nut in plastic arm holder that has the Leyi logo.
This is how it’s suppose to be install in order for it to be held tightly. The nut is inside the red holder.
It’s been a while since we built a hexacopter. We’ve chosen the Hobbyking 650X6 for it’s affordable price. This will be more for use to lift heavier loads with redundancies.
When folded this hex is 9250mm with 10 inch prop from center motor to opposite center motor.
680mm motor center to motor center and width 340mm when folded.
When opened and ready to fly, it’s 680mm than the named 650mm X6.
Above: No love for the 650X6, not even a box. It comes in plastic bags. You pay for what you get. It’s only USD $29…
One page instruction.
Tubes are 15mm x 15mm
Above: Design of the motor mounts. Cumbersome and hard to install thus we only installed only 2 of them…it lead to bad choices. See flight video at the end.
Motors fitted, Emax 2213 with 10 inch prop. Going to run 4S on this.
Above: Note the mounting of the horizontal bars under the hex for these are about 71mm center to center of hole on the rubber.
Above: Messy cabling, get it flying first. Tidy up later.
– Hobbyking 650X6
– Emax 2213 motors
– Gemfan 10 inch propellers
– 4S 5200mha Multistar
– DJI Naza M V2 with GPS, miniOSD
– Frsky D4R II
Nothing broken but one motor came off during flight. We did hear some wierd sound thus the really low flying and came close to take a look…then flew out and the motor came off. Time to install more of those cumbersome nylon poles.