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    Blackout Dealer, T-Motor Seller and Hqprop propeller seller

    I have a Website to announce we specialise in the Blackout Frames we have the whole range. We also have a great range of props to sell cheap. We are the new kids on the block and we welcome you to come and see our quad and hexcopter hobbyshop with everything from frames to rapstrap. I am...
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    Single to "T-Motor" style props

    Hello all and happy Friday! Engineering question; I have these motors http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__47611__Turnigy_Multistar_3525_850Kv_14Pole_Multi_Rotor_Outrunner_EU_Warehouse_.html They are great but they have a built in single hole prop mount and when using bigger props (> 12...
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    13 Inch props on FY680

    Hi Guys, Thought I'd share something about my relatively large Tarot fy680 Hex. The specs say that the largest prop size is 12 inch however since I upgraded the motors to some 700kv pancake and run 4s I figured I'd order some "cheap" 13 inch props from helipal. They arrived and I fitted them...
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    Suggestions for electric parts for a 30 min flight time?

    Hi all, First post so be kind :D I have done a lot of research and read sooo many forums regarding multi rotors and so I have a good understanding of how they work, fly etc. but I now require to build my own for my senior design project. I am aiming to build a hexacopter with a flight time of...
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    Anti-Vibration mount for APM

    Hi Guys, as some of you may have seen on my other thread regarding ESC placement, I have a Hex controlled by an APM2.6. I did a lot of research and realised through research that flight controllers (maybe particularly the APM) are very susceptible to vibrations from in the frame. Either you can...
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    DragonLink RX on Spider Hex

    I'm trying to put a DragonLink on my hexacopter but I'm wondering about how to best mount the antenna. What do you guys think of attaching it to the under side of the center arms like in the picture? I don't know if it will kill the reception if the antennas are sideways instead of pointing up...