I needed a simple charger with an integrated power supply, so I checked out the iMAX B6. I already have an Accucel 6 from Turnigy, and this has pretty much the same software, which I like so I ordered it.
To use my RX-LCD5802 FPV monitor with my transmitter, I needed a simple mount for it. HobbyKing had one for less than $10 made out of carbon, so I picked one up to see if it would meet my needs.
To receive the image sent from my SkyZone TS5823 FPV transmitter, I bought a FPV LCD monitor with two built-in receivers, supporting diversity.
HobbyKing had a 10-30% sale on their whole store, so I just had to order some FPV-gear for my quad. To begin with, I needed a way to send video from my GoPro.
I’m getting more into FPV, but it’s hard to find enough time for the planes. I have to go to a place where I can send them up, and make sure that there isn’t anything I can fly into etc, so I was thinking that a quad might be a better platform for the short…
As I’ve become more and more interested in RC planes and helicopters, details gets more important. I’ve never properly balanced my propellers, I’ve only used simple methods of making sure their not all bad, but I’ve never had a prop balancer. That’s when I discovered DU-BRO 499.
I was told to replace the original dampers on my Tamiya 1:14 to oil dampers, as this would give it a better suspension and not so jumpy if driving fast. They were fairly cheap, so why not. It’s easiest to replace them while building anyways, not after.