That is what Flo told me when I was about to change my set of props for the last flight. And he was so damn right :-). Have fun with this ride in a park… it is so good to see how we are improving over the year.
Daniel from DL Hydrographics did an outstanding job modding the chassis of my Taranis. In addition he used a UV lacquer doing a very nice effect by direct light. To move electronics from the old to the new chassis took me quite a while. Most tricky was to unsolder and solder again the antenna. The solder pads are so tiny… what a fiddling!
I said I need a race track and here it is! This is the next level now and I need to improve speed over the next weeks. Actually I am way too slow. The new TBS Vendetta pids from Magnus under Betaflight 2.9 btw. are outstanding.
It got super hot yesterday and so we setup a small race camp. I was flying the new DAL T5045 V2 tri props (non bullnose) which are outstanding! Next time I finally need a real race track…
Who says you can’t do rolls on the floor with the Vendetta?
I promised to post some vids from the TBS Vendetta… so here you go. This is a wonderful avenue spot we really need to spend some time with the next months. This is just a first check with the V. It is awesome and takes some time to pull out the maximum of this beats. Anyway I guess you get at least some impressions of this race toy.
This is the third TBS Vendetta I am settin’ up and still can not agree to what Trappy is saying: “From box to air: 5 minutes.” The reason for that you will see in this post.
You need to remove the front bumper to get the electronics tray out of the carbon body.
As Micha is still six weeks in USA and Flo was flying at the Alps I did a training day with my Vortex fleet and the TBS Vendetta. The Vortex 250 here in this video was pretty heavy with the GoPro and a TATTU 1800mAh lipo. The Vendetta flies just like on rails! Need to do a HD video for ya next time. I know this is still noob style but my skills are improving every day a lil bit.