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Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And P&P) [VIDEO]

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This is Chaotic. What a approach to go with this impassioned 3D drifting quad. There is no revelation what we can do with this quad from delayed fast (well almost stable) moody to buzzing around upside down for 3D drifting with flips and rolls thrown in usually for fun of it.

It comes with all a good rigging for drifting out of a box. The Chaotic is totally propitious out with a Quanum Madcow moody controller pushing 2212-1300kv motors, Afro 30A ESC’s and large Gemfan 3D 8” propellers. Orange T-Six 2.4GHz Transmitter with ORX R415X Receiver. Electronics are lonesome in a colourful polycarbonate bombard for additional insurance and easy orientation.

The Madcow moody controller comes preset with 3 moody modes:

  1. Veal mode: (Stabilized mode) 0 – 100% of a stifle operation corresponds to normal engine revolution only. In this mode a multi-rotor will say turn change automatically while hurl and representation are centered. The multi-rotor will not flip and hurl and a angel of lean is limited.
  2. Grilling mode: (Acro Stabilized mode) 0% – 100% of a stifle operation corresponds to normal engine revolution only. In this mode a multi-rotor will say turn change automatically while hurl and representation are centered. The multi-rotor will still flip and hurl and a angle of lean is not limited. This is mostly called “horizon” or “ratititude” mode though is not able of inverted flight.
  3. Madcow mode: (3D stabilized mode) 0% – 50% of a stifle operation corresponds to topsy-turvy engine rotation, 50% – 100% operation of a stifle corresponds to normal rotation. In this mode a multi-rotor will say turn change automatically while hurl and representation are centered. This is mostly called “horizon” or “ratittude” mode though with combined reversing of motors for inverted flight.

3D drifting – a Chaotic approach to fly.

Features:

  • Tough and light weight CO fiber frame
  • Large 400mm wheelbase
  • Quanum Madcow moody controller for 3D flying
  • Bi-directional 8” 3D CO reinforced propellers
  • Three stabilization modes – Veal (Stabilized), Grilling (Acro), Madcow (3D)
  • OrangeRx T-Six 2.4GHz Transmitter with OrangeRX R415X Receiver (Mode 1 2 Models only)

Specs:

Wheelbase: 400mm
Weight: 627g (without battery)
Motor: 2212 1300KV (DJI container character shaft)
ESC: Afro ESC 30 Amp (SimonK firmware)
Flight Controller: Quanum Madcow 3D
Propellers: Gemfan Bi-directional 8in 3D Carbon Reinforced Propeller set CW/CCW Multirotor (DJI container style)
Power placement board: HobbyKing mini PDB with XT60 Connector
Transmitter: OrangeRx T-SIX 2.4GHz DSM 2 concordant 6CH Transmitter – Mode 1 (Mode 1 2 Models only)
Receiver: OrangeRx 415X (Mode 1 2 Models only)

Included:

  • 1 x Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad RTF (Mode 1 2 Models only)
  • 1 x Orange 2.4GHz Transmitter 6CH (Mode 1 2 Models only)
  • 1 x Manual
  • 1 x Sticker set
  • 1 x Velcro Tape
  • 2 x Gemfan Bidirectional 8” Propellers (CW)
  • 2 x Gemfan Bidirectional 8” Propellers (CCW)

Required:

  • 4 x “AA” Batteries (for transmitter) (Mode 1 2 Models only)
  • 1 x Battery 4S 1800~2200mAh LiPoly container (Mode 1 2 Models only)
  • 1 x 5~6CH Transmitter and receiver (PP indication only)
  • 1 x Battery 4S 1800~2200mAh LiPoly container (PP indication only)

9171000848-0 – Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (PP) – $242.40
9171000849-0 – Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF) (Mode 2) – $313.44
9171000850-0 – Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF) (Mode 1) – $313.44


Gallery Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)


Quanum Chaotic 3D Quad (RTF And PP)

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