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Best arcobatic quadcopter on market

Discussion in 'Recreational sUAS Flyers Discussions' started by NYREPS, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. NYREPS

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    Posted by NYREPS, Sep 11, 2012 #1
    Hi does anybody know what is the best acrobatic quadcopter out right now ?

    The smaller the better and I'm
    Not talking about ladybird grade

    Let me know what you guys think
     
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  2. kloner

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    Posted by kloner, Sep 11, 2012 #2
    you talking like 3d line of sight or fpv diving out of the clouds?

    That warthox guy has some insane 3d skills, i'd follow whatever he has. juz is the fpv dive master, he likes them austrailian frames, droidworx i think. He has em all, but seems to talk about em alot
     
  3. NYREPS

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    Posted by NYREPS, Sep 11, 2012 #3
    3D ,,,,looking to build a medium size super acro quad
     
  4. kloner

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    Posted by kloner, Sep 11, 2012 #4
    http://vimeo.com/48360808

    follow that guy, he has an account here but rarely stops by anymore. think hes at rcg... i can't remember.

    craziest part about him is theres no obvious anything to keep orientation,,, all black, 3d, wtf?
     
  5. NYREPS

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    Posted by NYREPS, Sep 11, 2012 #5
    Yeah i saw his videos a while back he is super good!!!
     
  6. kloner

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    Posted by kloner, Sep 11, 2012 #6
    he has versions of frames after him, HK motor prefrences, etc.
     
  7. Torque66

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    Posted by Torque66, Sep 12, 2012 #7
    this is the build page.... http://warthox.de/built-one/

    the rosewhite rachel v2 frame is the sweetest looking frame i've ever seen...http://warthox.de/category/rosewhite/

    It's not the quad frame but the FC... the newer boards have better mpu6050 gyros and other sensors... they're selling off the old boards cheap for that reason.


    [h=1][/h]
     
  8. Quad_Addict

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    Posted by Torque66, Dec 20, 2012 #9
    Well i'll be.... and point noted.... also very kewl stoof and geeerage QA.

    I just received my third Warthox frame a few days ago.

    Really don't understand the whole FC open concept of most builds... i like to build mine tight and wrapped... here i come crappy weather.
     

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  10. Quad_Addict

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    Posted by Quad_Addict, Dec 20, 2012 #10
    def cant miss that up in the air :)

    yea back in the days i think we were very worried about weight, so allot of people tried saving as much weight as needed, and decided the motors usually save the flight control in the middle from damage, but a simple plate or dome nowadays is suffice, also plenty motor options these days, we didn't have many options back in the day specially when i started 11 years ago it was all brushed and nimh batteries lol
     
  11. Quad_Addict

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    Posted by Quad_Addict, Dec 20, 2012 #11
    want to save money? i have been flying this frame for years! its CF and very strong and 12.5" motor to motor so perfect for 6 or 8" props. also its ONLY 80grams now with my design change! so you put on standard kda 50s or mt2208 motors and it will be a demon, this is not a micro this is traditional sport flying size.
    http://quadcopter.us/store/index.php?id_product=12&controller=product
     
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