Type: Posts; User: FPVRustlerVXL
You runnin 2.4, 900, or 1.3 for video? Lets see some pics of your setup.
Just in case you didn't have any luck searching try the link below. Lots of good info. Good luck.
Do a search. This subject has been beaten to death.
I was simply stating the great results I had by extending the stock antenna. I don't see anywhere in my previous post mentioning "brass tubing". I am well aware of wavelengths and the brass tubing...
I am running the older 27MHZ radio. I went to the local hobby store and bought 4ft of fuel tubing and cut it accordingly. It extended the antenna about 6-8in. It helped a lot.
I think it is a JST connector.
More lights = Mo betta :p
Sorry Pixelbrat I forgot to mention the servo reverser. My Bad!
There is an LVC thread all ready started less than 9 post down. :wacko:
Thats the same Novak LVC i've been using for over a year now with no problems. You can find a detailed explanation on how to install the LVC in the thread below. Its pretty basic. :)
That will work perfectly. Make sure your video downlink is not also on 2.4 gHz.
Charger thread can be found here----> http://monster.traxxas.com/showthread.php?t=513231
I really like my Hyperion EOS0606i :wub:
FPV = "First Person View"
The stock 27mhz radio actually gets some really good distance. $1500.00 is overkill for ground based FPV. You could get a really nice FPV setup for about $700.00. For that amount you could get video...
Where are you located? What radio are you running in your Summit? What kind of budget do you have? Alll these factors will determine what gear you should get. Different countries have different laws...
Tards for sure.
Everything you need to know is in this thread, be sure to check out all four pages.
Put a wireless camera/downlink on it. Now you have an RPV "remotely piloted vehicle" just like the military/police. Show how such a vehicle could be used in harsh/unsafe enviroments for recon etc.
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FPV EasyStar plane
Hey SummitPower we are neighbors. We often bash/fly @ Emerald Glen Park in Dublin. PM me if...
Love my Hyperion EOS0606i :wub: No complaints.
To water proof a balance tap just apply some grease i.e. white lithium, marine, just about any grease found at an automotive store.