23 Photos - Jul 22, 2013
Photo: Photo: Photo: this is the "dirty" section - the bottom part where the vibrations arise...Photo: and ontop the dirty section sits the clean section cage - fixed on the dirty section with these rubber bobbinsPhoto: now I had an idea how it would look like...Photo: back a few steps - open dirty section to install ESCsPhoto: TBS motors came just in time - so I switched from the purple ones (I guess both are produced by RCTimer but these look better ;-)Photo: after soldering the connectors I saw that the cables are just 2cm too short to install ESCs how they should - but this way works also... 
on tip here: I taped down the ESCs and cables before I screwed the plates together!Photo: also went with the easy to setup KK2 board (as of now with fw 1.2)Photo: installation is quite easyPhoto: top plate also installed, than first battery tests and Radio RXPhoto: here you see a fat 3600mah 4cell Turnigy (the same which I use for TBS Discovery)   CoG is almost where it should be (I'm 1-2cm back)Photo: Photo: 21.7.13: first Testflight, weight 1224gr (incl. Gopro, without flight battery)Photo: Sexy Legs!Photo: Photo: Photo: TrinCopter  (because I got the From from Trinco!)   KK2 PowerQuad 2014 Edition - here comes the dive-machine ;-)Photo: Photo: TBS 69 FPV Cam and Gopro2 - both mounted with slight up-angle to get straight angle on fwd flight...      (still using sexy legs from my old Mini Titan copter enhanced with pool noodles)Photo: EzUHF mounted on bottom, VTX Antenna angled back on purpose!Photo: KK2 board is doing quite well herePhoto: