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NEED HELP IN CHARLESTON SC---lost electrohub

Tdizle

Junior Member
#1
Well, im offically that guy, the one that let my quad get away from me. Its now lost because it got taken by some wind behind trees so i dumped the throttle. Ive walked all around, but there are some industrial buildings right in that area and i would like to see if its on the roofs. If anyone is around that can help pizza and beer is on me!

Thanks,
 
#2
Oh man I'm sorry that sucks! I put a little sticker with my name and phone on mine just incase it does get away, I also configure a switch that will disarm and flip the alarm so I can hopefully hear it.
Hope you find it!
 

Tdizle

Junior Member
#3
yeah, i wish i installed a buzzer on a switch. If this one doesnt come back I will be adding it to the next one. Of course, the electrohub kit is now out of stock....
 
#4
Rotogeek has little piezo alarms for 2$, buy 2 so you have one for your next build :) hope it comes back to you! Side note. Wife and I are thinking about moving out to Charleston SC. Nice place? Winters warm or kinda cold? I hate cold I'm more of a Tampa Bay weather person.
 

makattack

Winter is coming
Moderator
Mentor
#5
Sorry you had to experience the lost aircraft, but did you by any chance have your name/contact details on it? I've had a plane returned when someone found it, and know many others who have had the same...
 

Tdizle

Junior Member
#6
Unfortunately i didnt have my contact info on the quad. I did make some signs in the area with my number on it, so maybe someone sees that. I found a guy from FPVlabs that is in the area that may be able to come out and do a flyover for me.

Charleston is nice, I was born and raised just outside of CHS. It gets stupid hot in the summers, and busy, lots of tourists. Its growing like crazy too, Boeing made a big difference, and now Volvo will be opening a plant in a couple of years just north of Summerville. Winters are weird, last year we had an ice storm, shut everything down for a couple of days. But normally it barely gets below freezing more than a few times. You can ride a motorcycle at least 10 months out of the year if that tells you anything.