The last two weekends we trained again in the park and no prop broke! All two videos with my new third V and first time on BlHeli 14.6 what is a real difference compared to 14.4. The scenes from the second video are from two flights. Next time when I post a video here it will be full of flips and rolls before hittin’ the holes. Promised!
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.