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Started by Raf, Tuesday,August 11, 2015, 18:17:30
Quote from: Friskle on Tuesday,August 11, 2015, 18:26:08 Personally i would have gone for the 2200kv motor, as it performs very well on that one, and much better than stock, i never really did much to mine, no reinforcements at all anywhere, and its always come out pretty unscathed after a rough`ish landing, half of the mods are unnecessary really, but people do what they see fit :)
Quote from: wobblybob on Tuesday,August 11, 2015, 19:52:40 I know some of the fixed wing and scale model flyers look down on the FPV multi rotor crowd but I must admit been eyeing up a bixler after chatting to a fella on the local rec fields who fly';s one . I';m feeling drawn to giving a fixed wing a go and the bixler is what I have my eye on for an intro .Keep posting up dates may be convince me to take the plunge ,
Quote from: dp106 on Tuesday,August 11, 2015, 22:41:52 If you';ve never flown fixed wing before you would be better off forgetting all the fpv gear, go pro and strengthening and just get it in the air and do some los practice. With all the extra weight you are going to have an unwieldy beast for a first time plane to fly.
Quote from: Raf on Wednesday,August 12, 2015, 20:36:20 <snip> passing wires through without braking them - gosh they so stiff on these motors.<More snip>
Quote from: gb0wers on Thursday,August 13, 2015, 20:09:03 Neat work, wish I';d put a deck in mine at that build stage, I';m having to do it now to fit the vector in.Stuff can be velcro';d to the roof of the fuz under the wing if you wish - in that case flattening it now is easier.Graham
Quote from: Raf on Thursday,August 13, 2015, 21:04:27 This is one of the reasons why I decided to build Bixler completely ready for FPV before I can actually fly. I won';t have a dilemma later "how to" and in the event of unfortunate rebuild it';s going to be easier - just follow was was done before and make eventual adjustments.
Quote from: gb0wers on Friday,August 14, 2015, 21:53:44 I put the esc in my Bix2 in the same place as yours, but brought the (unextended) esc wires forward to the battery bay from where you have made your splice. I did splice in from there to send a supply back to my FPV gear.I hope I haven';t given you an unnecessary headache but better to know about a potential issue up front. Graham
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