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Old 04-13-2019, 05:02 PM
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Default Foamboard Thrust Vectoring Mono EDF DIY Kit – MonoPhan

I am in the process of getting a MonoPhan thrust vectoring DIY kit together. I have been developing many different thrust vectoring units with different fan configurations for many years and I decided that now it is time to share (You can check my youtube channel for hundreds of videos of monophan, duophan, triphans: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2Z...p9-gRxrIsL66Mw). The first kit will be my all time favourite MonoPhan triport thrust vectoring unit.



I have been perfecting the foamboard unit for about a month now. This is the second prototype and after many tests and revisions now it flies like a dream. Please sub to this threat if you want to follow the progress.



I know it’s very loud… And I love it Enjoy the video:






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The maiden of the first laser cut DIY unit. The first very short flight on the video told me that I was too tight on pitch and roll and loose on the yaw compensation. Second flight after the adjustments. Performed very well, although a little windy. Still a little tight on pitch/roll but I am ok with that. Very minor oscillation. I prefer a little too tight to lose… This DIY kit will be available for purchase in the next couple of weeks.



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