For this build I tried to fit together fun, fun and more fun! I decided on a Titan Tricopter frame for its incredible crash resistance. The arms fold and legs shoot off to absorb the energy from a crash. It reminds me of a Formula 1 car, the only thing left is the cage that protects the vital parts.
I'm more of a slow flyer and wanted longer flights, however I still wanted the responsiveness of a Tri. For this I decided to put on larger blades and lower KV motors on the front, and a normal size prop and motor on the back.
I just ordered a pixhawk to continue line of 3DR brains (PX4, APM). It fits nicely in the body of the frame with just some foam holding it in place.
2 x 15x5" CF blades
1 x 10x4.5" Plastic blade
3 x 20amp AFRO esc (1 esc for rear servo)
1 x 30amp AFRO esc
2 x 360kv pancake motors
1 x 750kv motor
Pixhawk with external GPS/Comp