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iFly4Fun - New Member

#1
Hello, I fly just for fun, not a racer, not aerial photography, just fun for me. I have been flying the 65mm "Tiny Whoop" class drones. Mine are of the "Toy" classification as I fly mostly inside. I have watched numerous YouTube videos for upgrading. Although I have done most of the standard modifications (batteries, motors, props), I don't buy the expensive flight controller boards and I don't have a costly radio transmitter (remote controller). What I fly inside is either stock or have only minor upgrades. On the other hand, I have done some "frame kit" builds that include everything but the flight controller board. I just use a board from one of my toy quads (mostly Eachine E013, E010, and Furibee F36). I also build my own canopies and antenna guards. I am looking for a place to learn more and share information. iFly4Fun
 

buzzbomb

I know nothing!
#4
Cool. Be welcome. Everybody here flies for fun as well. Though most of fly fixed wing, you will find many that fly quads as well. I, myself got into fixed wing because I enjoyed the toy quad experience so much. I am glad you are here.
 
#5
Thanks to everyone. As I learn and expand, no telling where this will go. Buzzbomb, we have an RC airstrip where I live, so eventually moving in that direction might be an option for me. The little quads are great inside since they do not tear up anything when I crash. Since I do a lot of experimenting, I am always glad to share what I learn.
 

buzzbomb

I know nothing!
#6
Thanks to everyone. As I learn and expand, no telling where this will go. Buzzbomb, we have an RC airstrip where I live, so eventually moving in that direction might be an option for me. The little quads are great inside since they do not tear up anything when I crash. Since I do a lot of experimenting, I am always glad to share what I learn.
That is the exact attitude. Fly. Play. Learn. Explore. Share. Learn some more. Maybe crash a bit, and learn from it and then do more of the same. Yep. You'll fit right in here, in this family!
I would even bet money that you expected what I'm about to write: Build. Fly. Crash. Repeat. and Enjoy!