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« on: January 10, 2014, 07:29:38 PM »
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i've started feeling desperate... i need a cheap quad
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« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2014, 11:56:52 PM »
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hobbyking has a rtf quad for 19$
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« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2014, 03:25:25 PM »
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i dnt wanna risk with customes, any indian quad?
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« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2014, 10:32:48 AM »
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Reather than that buy cheapest one at banggood.com and select expedite shipping and before paying inform them in comments to declare only 20% of the total value
No customs hassels then
U get a rtf quad fr cheap without paying customs
And shipping at banggood is cheaper the hk
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« Reply #4 on: January 12, 2014, 11:24:27 AM »
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hey any quad expert over here? i do have a lot of issues..it would be great if you'll get in touch
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« Reply #5 on: January 12, 2014, 03:58:27 PM »
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Don't get the V939 DIY Quad if you don't have A FlySky Radio.
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« Reply #6 on: January 12, 2014, 04:52:05 PM »
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why? wont my rcb6i work?
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« Reply #7 on: January 12, 2014, 04:54:51 PM »
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don't get the hk 19$ quad, it has some board problems and the spare parts are not easliy available. Also you pay 25$ for shipping so it makes around 45$ quad. If you want to get a quad from hk, buy a hk qbot(v929) quad or ufo y-4. Hobbyking accepts Indian visa debit cards, no need for paypal!

if you have a paypal account Get a hubsan x4 v2 or v252 cheapest from banggood which has led light for night flying and can get lots of cheap spare parts.

If you don't have a paypal account to get from banggood, buy a clone of v929 rtf from rcbazzar.com!
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why? wont my rcb6i work?

it doesn't have a necessary protocol for wl quads!
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if i'll build my own quad, wont it be a lots more cheaper?
hey i've not made a quad so far so have no idea whether my r.c. will work with it.
will i have to program my rcb6i?what difference will different control boards make?
all boards have gyros and necessary components i guess.
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yes! but the protocols used in the boards are different.

What size are you talking about? If you are looking for 450/330 size, then you can build and use your radio, as the receiver will be of rcb6i

but a micro branded one can not be bind with your mentioned tx. As the receiver is inbuild which follows a different protocol than your tx! hope you understand!
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hey pls explain me whats 450/330.. i might sound really dumb, sry ..i nvr built a quad..
pls use the most basic terms u can
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it's the size in mm 600/450/330. You want to practice indoors or outdoors?

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__502__501__Multi_Rotors_Parts-Frame_Kits.html

If you are complete beginner looking for quad then I would suggest get a micro as you will crash a lot in beginning and will need spares to repair. Mostly you will break with micros are the props or motors which you can buy for very cheap price but crashing a 450 would be a nightmare for a beginner as it would cost you a lots of dollars to repair plus micro quads are good trainer for orientation which will help you manage a bigger quad easily.

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__592__501__Multi_Rotors_Parts-RTF_PNF_ARF.html

When you are good in flying micro go for bigger quad. Crashing and repairing micros will help you understand more about how quad works when you build your own 450 quad!

Hope this helps!
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outdoors for sure..and hey, how much will it cost to build one? cant i just get the motors esc and a control board and make one?
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you can make your own frame AND save YOUR 10$ for other parts. The motors/ esc/ board/ lipo's /charger/programming card/ cables/ amd other small necessary stulls will cost you around 120$ plus shipping and customs duty if caught! Around Rs- 7-8k from hk without customs

but ofcourse you ca get it for more cheap with cheaper parts but it won't give you good power for aerobatics! Just to fly!

eg- you can get a 2212 motor instead of 2826 but it will be very hot if you fly too fast and eventually give up. That would cause disaster in the mid air if that happens!
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@ROBY: Do you have a good soldering skills?
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« Reply #16 on: January 12, 2014, 06:13:15 PM »
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nope, but lab assistants at our college do it pretty well.. so heyy, thats not an issue
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Have you used a sim for practice?

if you are confident then get a bigger quad. But I would still suggest a v929 which you can fly outdoors and practice indoors as well for a beginner. It's up to you! all the best!
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i ordered a sim, hey the thing i wanna know is totally different..
there are some cheap avionic motors and esc at rcbazaar and cheap controller board at quadcopters. i wanna know a suitable combination which will be best for a quad.
plus what extra things do i necessarily need?
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main board is the heart of quad so get a good board. I would suggest kk2.0/2.1.

Don't get any motor. First decide what size you want to build. Motor size depends on that. If 330 then you can use small cheap 2212 motors than 450 which use 2622

check this 2 different video series! follow it and you will understand all things you need to get started!






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thanks a lot taj that was a great help.. by 2212 u mean kv rating or the model no?
i dnt wanna spend much, 330 mm is cool Cheesy
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1 more thing buddy.. i have a 1250mah 3s lipo...pls let me know if there is a suitable configuration of esc,motor and prop for this particular lipo
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you can use various motor size and esc with the mentioned lipo! 2826- 2812 MOTOR with 15-20 amp esc would be perfect depending on the size! prop depends on the motor you using!

but remember the motor max current drawn should be lesser than the esc contact current provided. at least 2-5a gap... eg- motor 10A, esc 15a
also make sure the 4 motor thrust is greater than the total weight of quad.
use 3 esc with disabled bec and one enabled bec or else you will fry your receiver! Bec use for receiver powering should be 5.5v not more!

Try this motors and ecs! cheapest as it gets!

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__5423__FC_28_12_Brushless_Outrunner_1534kv.html

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__25363__Turnigy_Multistar_15_Amp_Multi_rotor_Brushless_ESC_2_3S.html
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« Reply #23 on: January 12, 2014, 08:46:30 PM »
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Make the paper quad search on flitetest and youtube about paper quad and build it order the elecs frome hk. If you dont want to order from hk you can order from rcb or rcd.
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http://www.quadkopters.com/product/cf250-quadcopter-arf-kit/

can u review this quad? is it good?
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