Armattan Bumper minimalistic build

By VANDAlot on Jul 14, 2017

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I decided to build bumper with all parts inside the frame. Ill keep you updated

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bambamyi   Aug 23, 2017  

Hi there! I have followed your build and pretty close to done with it... still waiting for the cam and vtx. I have motors wired to the esc and fc is connected and I can connect to betaflight and run the motors and stuff. The receiver is not yet connected.

Here is my problem... when I spin the motors, it seems to spin CW and CCW... Upon research, the ESC is capable of bidirectional spin. Upon more research, I think once I bind to a receiver and default to angle mode, the motors will be spinning 1 direction only. I am kind of hoping for that.

What was your experience? Did you have any trouble like me? I am still a noob with building... any tips? Thank you in advance.

hyperbolic   Oct 31, 2017 

Hey, I'm not the builder but thoughts on motor spin direction. They will not all spin in one direction when in angle mode. They have to spin in the direction that is on the BetaFlight motors screen. 2 CW and 2 CCW. You can download the "BL Heli Suite" to change the direction that each motor spins and you almost always have to do this.

bambamyi   Oct 31, 2017 

Thx man. I got it figured out. I am much better builder now and i was confused at the time. It is flying good now. But man... it is loud...

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