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#568

I’ve had a few goes at trying to mattyflip a chair but to no avail yet lol


#569

Uptilt may be key … I exit in reverse but lose too much altitude because of when I apply throttle vs keep the “bar” in frame. It’s gonna happen soon!!


#570

@MidnightQuads, @JBFPV
Have a laugh at my expense :smile:

Update:
Got it out of the tree, but lost it again before I could get down the ladder!!!


Update 2: 20 min later … I had to trade him a whoop to get my boss back. It spent less time in the tree. Lol


#571

That’s where the large uptilt comes into play. You can keep the object in frame, but be moving backwards. JB has a video on it (not recommended), but that’s just cuz I didn’t think he explained it very well, with just diagrams on his computer. Some footage would have been good. Love your son. Just like my siblings!


#572

Using the BeeBrain v1 with 7x16mm MMW motors to carve through the neighborhoods and holiday lights in NYC.


#573

Yeah man!! Gettin it! If anybody doubts that mmw 7mm’s are worth the $$$, just try to make some boldclash motors move like that!


#574

LMFAOOO THANKS!! Hapoy holidays


#575

:sushing_face::sushing_face::sushing_face::joy::joy::joy::joy: idk what your talking about


#576

#577

Anyone flying the Beta 75 or equivalent should check out these lipos


#578

@CRayTech These 1S 550mAh LiPos look interesting. However, is the JST-PH 2.0 connector up to delivering the amps needed for a brushless 1S setup? I would have thought the old (red) JST-RCY would be more suited for that.

PS: Looks like the US stock on Amazon already sold out. These are only available directly from the BetaFPV website, shipping from China warehouse. Oh well…


#579

That is a great questions. Perhaps someone here knows the amp cap for the jst-ph 2.0 connector. I do not. I will have a nwa brushless whoop to try soon. That runs on either 1s or 2s with 2 1s batteries in parallel. I’ll do some research to see if I can find any info on the jst-ph pH vs the red just.


#580

I believe that the red one max out at 10amps I ran that one on my 1s/2s builds. If thats any help.


#581

@CRayTech AFAIR, the JST-PH 2.0 is rated at 1A, whereas the JST-RCY is rated at 3A. This is according to manufacturer’s spec sheet. I think both of these have been used well above their rated specs. However, their relative ratings still provides a good point of reference.

If the JST-PH can handle 1S brushless, it’s lighter and more user-friendly. (I find JST-RCY a PITA to disconnect.) So that would be cool. :wink:


#582

Yes I agree. The jst rcy is a huge pain to disconnect. I will let you know how I fair. Perhaps I will swap out one of the ph’s for a rcy and see if I notice a difference.


#583

Should be fine, worst case it melts and then you know you need to change it :smiley:

Officially, it’s not enough. Officially though, it’s not enough for even a single whoop motor.


#584

Ok finally got outside after back surgey , couldnt take being in house any more.went to park to practice flying. first time flying in and around trees.( E011 NFE TUNE AND BOSS FRAME NYLON X…)


#585

#586

Haven’t been flying much during the holidays but I did build a 6mm with E011 FC


#587

So the BetaFPV Beta75s is awesome! I really have had a great time flying the Beta75 but this is a great upgrade with the 820 14,000kv motors. Now im really excited to see the Beta85.