Turnigy plush 18amp speed controller manual

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Ever since building the Tricopter V1 I’ve always tried to find ways to improve the construction. The little wooden piece in the front is 40mm long and helps stiffen up the frame considerably. Simply take the V1 template and draw straht lines instead of the curves and you’ll end up with the same shape. On the third one, you should also keep the battery cables. I used this nice transparent heat shrink that is nice and thick which helps protect the electronics. (The thin extra wire is for powering FPV equipment) Here is a tip for soldering multiple cables: Wrap a strand of wire tht around the exposed end. The piece that was drilled out should move nice and smooth without any slop at this stage. If you’re off, there will be unnecessary strain on the servo. The DT750 motors comes with a mounting base which is the perfect size. Update: I now recommend the KK2 board which doesn’t require to be reflashed, and it performs even better then the old KK boards. It’s a little sticky and once it’s tht it won’t move anywhere. Sorry for being so exited over a battery strap, but I’ve been looking for ever for a good battery strap and I finally found it. Here is a video of the Tricopter V2.5 in action: Recommend this one instead 3 x DT750 750k V Motors 3 x TURNY Plush 18amp Speed Controllers 1 x 3s Turny 25-35C 2200m Ah Li Po 1 x BMS-385DMAX Dital Servo (Metal Gear) 1 x GWS 10*4.7 or GWS 11*4.7 for heavy lifting 1 x Front wheel steering mounts 1 x Transparent heatshrink 1 x 4mm heatshrink 4 x Red 16AWG silicone cable 1 x Black 16AWG silicone cable 4 x Male to male servo cables 1 x M3 Hex screws.

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I always try new props, motors, esc’s, arm lengths, tail mechanism and such. Always in the quest to find the optimum setup for me. These weak points are the key to the crash survivability of the tricopter. Specifications: Motors: DT750 750k V Motors ESC’s: TURNY Plush 18amp Speed Controllers Battery: 3s Turny 25-35C 2200m Ah Li Po Servo: BMS-385DMAX Dital Servo (Metal Gear) Props: GWS 10*4.7 or GWS 11*4.7 for heavy lifting Arm length: ~50cm (center to motoraxel) All up weht: 860 grams (Including battery) (670 g without) Amps during hover: ~10A Motor test: [email protected] – 7770RPM – 1080 grams thrust / motor I still like the V1 template and a friend of mine was nice enough to cut a few for me on his CNC machine for me. This ESC will be the one on the tail and it just so happens that the cable is the rht length to begin with. Here are the cable lengths I used: Back ESC battery cables: Stock (10cm) Back ESC motor cables: 32cm Front ESC’s battery cables: 18cm Front ESC’s motor cables: 28cm I used this 16AWG silicone cable. I have stripped the label from the orinal heat shrink, so that you can still identify the type of ESC’s, but this isn’t really necessary if you don’t want to. This holds all the cables in place during the soldering, reduces the size of the solder joint, and it also adds a mechanical bond to the solder joint. If it’s not quite smooth, use an exacto knife or similar to wedge in between the two pieces and scrape a little to release pressure. Drill two 1.5mm holes through the innermost holes on the servo horn. You just need to drill one hole in the middle of one side on the piece that has the servo horn attached. When mounting stuff with zip-ties it’s a good idea to have the ”knots” in opposite directions if possible. To mount the KK board, I use double sided sticky foam tape folded over 6 times and then cut into squares. 1 x M3 lock nuts 1 x M4 lock nuts 1 x XT60 connector 1 x Battery strap 1 x 420mm servo extension 1 x 3.5 bullet connectors 1 x Programming card 3 x 1.5mm glass fiber plates (min size 140*100mm) (Due to popular demand I now offer pre-cut V1 tricopter frames!

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The Tricopter V2.5 is more of an alternative to the V2 than something completely new. Rather than replacing a motor axel that has been bent, you simply replace a broken zip-tie. Due to popular demand I now offer pre-cut V1 tricopter frames! Drill as deep or a little deeper than the screw you’re using. To get the most maximum throw I hy recommend drilling the hole on the same side as I did (see picture). This ensures that the thing you’re securing remains straht. This means that the prop will change RPM faster and the platform will be more stable and have a quicker response. Simply peel off both sides and smack onto the KK board and you’re done.

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It uses different motors, speed controllers and tail assembly. This way the zip-tie used to mount the motor base will not limit the travel in the direction that the mount is already leaning to compensate. The zip-tie that’s closest in the picture should be mounted just like in the picture, not to limit the travel (That is to say over the short edge). Use a pair of pliers to really thten all the zip-ties, as this is all that keeps your tricopter parts together. I also like the 4mm threaded shaft as you can mount the props straht to the bell without any extra weht or hassle. For vibration dampening I used some silicone tubing I had laying around.

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