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DTFc Flight Controller Review: Ultra Clean Quad Build

In Review by Mike Tseng13 Comments


 DTFc Flight Controller Review What is the DTFc flight controller?  In short, the DTFc flight controller is a PDB with a built in F3 flight controller.  It’s made by the creators of the OSDoge and can stack perfectly with the DTFc.  For people who want simple clean builds, there’s not better PDB or flight controller than the DTFc.  Let’s take a …

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Tiny Whoop Build Guide and Review

In Build, Review by Mike Tseng29 Comments


 Tiny Whoop Build Tiny Whoop is about the most fun you can have with your clothes on! What is a Tiny Whoop?  Tiny Whoop is just a Blade Inductrix modified with a small FPV camera and video transmitter.  The great thing about thing about the Tiny Whoop is that it’s tiny, light and protected.  You can fly around your house without …

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How to Setup a Lumenier QAV-R

In Build, Review by Mike Tseng62 Comments


 How to Setup a Lumenier QAV-R In part 1 of the Lumenier QAV-R build we did all the physical build of the quad.  Part two will be programing the QAV-R.  Good news is that it’s very simple!  Follow the directions below and it’ll be a piece of cake. Taranis Setup If you are building the Lumenier QAV-R kit, it will …

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Lumenier QAV-R Build

In Build, Review by Mike Tseng99 Comments


 Luminier QAV-R Build: Dream Machine No joke, this Lumenier QAV-R build has made me a better FPV pilot.  The control and feel of this QAV-R build is insanely good.  Not to mention it’s pretty fast. It’s taken a while to get this post done because I’ve been trying many combinations of different components until I found one I liked.  Some of the …

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OSDoge 1.5 Review and Install

In Build, Review by Mike Tseng25 Comments


 OSDoge 1.5 Yes!  My favorite component, maybe of all time, the OSDoge has been updated to OSDoge 1.5.  There isn’t a big enough change to call it 2 but the upgrades are all options we all want. Highlight of the OSDoge 1.5 Updates USB now lines up with the Naze32 rev6 No more big capacitor that always falls off Idiot …

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Shendrones Corgi Quadcopter Review

In Build, Review by Mike Tseng6 Comments


 Shendrones Corgi Quadcopter Review From the master mind multicopter builder Andy Shen of Shendrones, I bring you the Corgi.  Andy is responsible for creating some of the most creative, unique, odd and awesome quads such as the Tweaker, Krieger, Misuko.  His latest creation as of this post, the Corgi is a 220mm semi-x pattern quadcopter.  What makes the Corgi unique …

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FrSky X4R-SB and XSR, SBUS and Telemetry

In Build, Review by Mike Tseng63 Comments


 FrSky X4R-SB and XSR Setup The FrSky X4R-SB has been out for a while but the XSR was just release.  What makes these two receivers so great!  Let’s take a look. The XSR-SB and XSR both use a newer technology SBUS vs PPM (CPPM) on the D4R-ii.  SBUS is digital where as PPM is analog.  Since PPM is analog, the …

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How to Setup a Lumenier QAV210: Part 2

In Build by Mike Tseng70 Comments


 How to Setup a Lumenier QAV210 In part 1 of the Lumenier QAV210 build series we did most of the physical build of the quad.  Part 2 will be about the programming.  I’ll show you how to set up the Taranis with RSSI from the OSDoge and program all the switches.  Instead of regular CleanFlight we’ll be flashing the Naze32 …

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How to Build a Lumenier QAV210: Part 1

In Build by Mike Tseng119 Comments


 How to build a Lumenier QAV210 It’s time for another build!  This time we’ll be building a Lumenier QAV210.  This frame has been out for a few months now.  At first I wasn’t sure if I was going to get it but so many readers were asking for custom parts and raving about it.  Good thing I listened because this …

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OSDoge Setup Update

In Build by Mike Tseng66 Comments


 OSDoge Setup with RSSI update! This is an updated setup guide for the OSDoge board.  As of 12/1/15 the new OSDoge boards come flashed with the latest version of MWOSD 1.5.1.  This version of 1.5 GUI is much faster and easier to use then the 1.2 version that was used in my first OSDoge setup with RSSI guide.  The OSD …