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    Scratchbuilt-sort of

    I am about to delve into the world of quads. Im an RC fixed wing pilot of mediocre to decent skill. I have experience with small counter rotor micro helis but not single prop whirly birds. I flew my buddies Traaxas quad and it was instant love. I ordered a V939 to toy/train with but I think it needs a big brother. . Here is the parts list from HK that I have assembled:
    NTM PROP DRIVE 26-28 1200 kv motor
    8x4.5 props
    HK Blue 20a esc
    KK2 w/LCD
    HK Q450 frame w/intigrated pcb
    Orange X 6 ch rx
    Misc hardware/wires/connectors

    I know this is subject to personal opinion but is this list adequate for a decent quad?
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    RE: Scratchbuilt-sort of

    come on folks, throw me a bone.
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    RE: Scratchbuilt-sort of

    think your ok, kk2 is great starter board very stable.
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