DTF (Down to Fly) Phuket
Take the guesswork out of building and tuning. All quads will arrive Down to Fly. All you have to do is bind the receiver to your Taranis and start ripping. Dont let Phuket’s cute looks fool you, it’s not a toy. It’s fully capable of keeping up with 5″ quads. We’ve clocked these at 90mph.
Every DTF Phuket is fully tested and tuned before they are shipped out.
- Phuket 3inch Frame
- Cicada 30A FC ESC AIO
- Tmotor F20ii 3750kv motors
- FrSky XM+
- TBS Unify RACE
- Lumenier Axii Stubby
- Foxeer Arrow Micro 2
- Phuket Arm Guards
- 1 set of HQ Props 3x4x3vs1 props
The Taranis Program file file will be included. A download link will be in your email invoice. Download the Taranis bin file, (Phuket-Taranis-Backup-ver2.2.bin). Take out the MicroSD card from your Taranis and plug it into your computer. Inside there will be a folder called “Models”. Drag the Phuket-Taranis-Backup-ver2.2.bin file into that folder. Put the card back into your Taranis. Push Menu and scroll down to an empty model slot. Push and hold Enter, select restore and choose the Phuket-Taranis-Backup-ver2.2.bin file. All the switches, flight timer, 3:15 timer with 10 second countdown, turtle mode and timer reset will be already programmed.
- SD up – Arm
- SD down – Beeper
- SB up – enable turtle mode
- SC up – reset flight timers
BetaFlightOSD – to enter the OSD settings, with the quad disarmed, on the Taranis sticks – mid throttle YAW left and Pitch up
- PID tuning: PROFILE – PID (from there you can tune pids and adjust rates)
- VTX Band/Channel/Power settings: FEATURES – VTX SA – (set channel, band and power output)
These quads will be built for a 4s battery and tuned for the HQ Props 3x4x3vs1 props. These are very aggressive props. It’s best to tune the quad for aggressive props that way when used with less aggressive props they will still fly fine. Whereas if it’s tuned for weaker props then flown with aggressive props there will be oscillation issues.
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