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i'd suggest attaching rubber pads to give traction as it seems to slip on the floor
got them from ebay but they arent the fastest they push it at around 60 metres a minute
thanks glad you found it cool :)
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Glad you had success hope it helped.
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do the favourite ESC's respnd well??heard bad reviews
booms would work better. I used a coat hanger because it was at the desired angle.
sounds like a solution.
you have any idea of integrating that onto foam-board??i'm working on a tricopter made using foam-board and am puzzled by the yaw mechanism.I received a hacksaw yesterday so im trying to make that
that's a much better yaw mechanism, I did not have access to power tools so i could'nt make one of that kind.
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