F80 6" Freestyle Chameleon

By QuadX on Aug 11, 2017

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Second build, decided to go for 6" for more power and efficiency. Fitting everything in was a nightmare, probably because of my wiring, but if I didn't have the aio FC, vtx and osd, I don't know how I would've done it.

6s capable, but am not confident in the esc's ability to handle the voltage.

So far the quad has been fine, apart from a weird issue with the FC, where it constantly drifts the quad in one direction, no matter how much trimming or calibration I do.

Edges were done with a silver paint marker, and the red wire covers are 3D printed with red tape around the outside.

May add more pictures later.



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stefanm84   Sep 09, 2017  

How'd you fit the Foxeer monster in your build?? Did you have to trim it?

QuadX   Sep 09, 2017 

Yeah hat was a bit of a problem actually...I ended up just jamming it in there! It is very tight and there's a bit of bending going on in various spots, but it hasn't broken yet!

There is an alternate camera plate which you can buy, which I think will allow you to fit it nicely. It is available from the armattan store.

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