I have to say I’m sticking with my choice. If you’d like to use this link, then just add it to the end of any product you buy. Thread starter Micha Start date Mar 9, Save yourself some pain. Are the Sunnysky kV really W maximum power? I have a Turnigy 9X radio that I’m planning on using with the quadcopter. This is going to be an AP rig so not going to be pushing it hard – hover most of the time.
A frame will let you know compatible motor sizes. Two on the copter at once will pummel your copter to dust. So why this frame? These are OK motors, but so far I have had 3 screws for the prop adapter snap and they were carefully torqued , the threads in the motor mounts are really quite bad too big in diameter and terribly short in some places. For the quadcopter you will need 2 clockwise and 2 counterclockwise rotating propellers. With the motors at hand, its data sheet will guide us in selecting the rest of the components we will need.
These are OK motors, but so far I have had 3 screws for the prop adapter snap and they were carefully torquedthe threads in rveiew motor mounts are really quite bad too big in diameter and terribly short in some places. I generally recommend a minimum of 5 and if you can afford more, do so.
NTM Prop Drive Series S kv / w (short shaft version)
I will also write about issues that I came around when building it, what you should be aware so that you do not repeat the same mistakes. Depending on the individual case, rrview will be escalating outcomes, with a permanent ban being the final one. I wanted slightly better quality motors now that my quad is getting heavier and more expensive, so I order some SunnySky kV:.
New build is a lightweight electrohub tricopter. With that in mind, I always start my build deciding on a frame. You must log in or register to reply here. For this build I decided to use a 10 inch propeller with a 4. Remember to not over tight the screws, otherwise you can damage screw head which makes it hard to remove it in the future, in case of necessary fixes. If you have a question, or want to talk about something that you don’t think warrants a full thread, then btm it in the stickied weekly discussion thread.
I had a similarly large hex for my first build. The reason I leave it until now is because at this point, you have gathered some of the heaviest components for the build.
Well worth a read if considering a new build. My hex was a F erive that grew into an after I lost a few arms.
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I’m still confident I can fly it because I can on the simulator. Treat others with respect. I run 3s and in manual mode they are quite fast. Skip to content So the big question is where do we start? Save yourself some pain. So lets start with the frame….
Resources Latest reviews Search resources. I have to say I’m sticking with my choice. No wonder I spent so much money fixing it! Rules 1 – Be civil. The great thing about the NTM Motors is that the manufacturer provided us with propeller test data. Get an ad-free experience with special benefits, and directly support Reddit.
For batteries I’m going to use two 3S 20C packs parallel. Stay close to the ground and try techniques such as in drige FT beginner multirotors episode. Now to get stared with something as complex as building your own drone, it is best to get some information from people that have actually build it them self. So, are they really a whole 50W lower than the Tiger motors? I didn’t even think about the battery size.
You will burn through props. I wanted slightly better quality motors now that my quad is getting heavier and more expensive, so I order some SunnySky drjve When you are learning the issue isn’t flight time in the air, its lost flight time due to crashes and breakage and nfm for parts.
Recommended setup with 900kV NTM 28-30S and 9x5E Multistar props
Based on these numbers, a 10X4. I’m planning on going up to 4S for these – it might be 900vk much. I’ve also heard that the arms on those cheap sized from from Hobbyking break really easy.
I have those motors. I’m practicing a lot on a simulator with a sized quadcopter and it’s going really well also in full manual mode. If you are extremely cautious and calculate every move you make you’ll be flying without breaking too many props or your frame. Turnigy Talon Frame V1. A term you will always come across when talking about motors is its Kv rating.
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