I think I bit off more than I can chew. From looking at other configurations on the forums I may have built a quad that seems to be on the XL side. frame: Personal monstrous design. 3/4 Aluminum…Continue
"I flew my 1000mm frame late last night. It leaned to the front right corner when trying to take off. Giving it more throttle quickly got it of the ground good though. I need larger landing gear to stop it from leaning.
Once it was off the ground it…"
"Yeah, I read that.
Seems like most tuning requires you to hold the quad in your hand. It gets pretty hairy with my monster. I will need to come up with some rig rather than holding it in my hand.
What's your quad's spec?"
"Yeah, thought about slimming down the frame. Will need to scrounge up some money before going that step though.
Let me know how your behemoth takes shape and behaves. If you get it tuned well share the joy.
"Sounds like you should increase the RateP gain to make it not quite so sloppy, and adding some expo to your transmitter should help with the over corrections. Do you have a transmitter with rotary knob you can use to tune parameters while flying? My…"
"I am working on building a carbon fiber frame that will be 40 inches motor to motor. However, until all of the parts arrive (waiting on wire, connectors and screws) I have built the quad on a 450mm (17.5 inch motor to motor) frame that I got cheap…"
I think I bit off more than I can chew. From looking at other configurations on the forums I may have built a quad that seems to be on the XL side. frame: Personal monstrous design. 3/4 Aluminum tubing rigging controller/autopilot: APM2 esc: Turnigy Plush 60A motors: E-Flite Power 32 770kV propellers: APC 13x4 Electric motor to motor distance: 36 inchesbattery: Turnigy 20-30C 4S 5000 mAh total weight: ~8 lbs radio: E-Flite LP5DSMCan't seem to get this thing in the air more than 30…See More