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Review of the Force1 DYS FPV 220 Racing Kit.


Old 05-11-2018, 01:21 PM
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If you are thinking about getting a FPV Racing Drone, I reviewed the DYS FPV Racing Drone Kit from Force1. It
is a professional racing drone that comes with everything I needed to race professionally.
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I am super impressed with the DYS XDr220 is built tought with a solid carbon fiber frame. The red cover protects the camera and other components and has a nice sleek aerodynamic look to it. Iíve crashed this drone hard multiple times and still flies great. It almost feels like itís floating in the air. She flies like a dream. Impressive how fast this drone flies. It has powerful 2300KV brushless motors that really pack a punch . I believe this kit is best for the person looking to get into racing or acro, but doesnít have the time to build a racing machine. This quad is fully customizable from Before you fly, you will have to do some setup. It is not a plug and play drone so you will need to understand some of the settings and program set ups for this drone I will have additional videos on those in the weeks ahead. You will have to install the receiver, update it, and check your Cleanflight settings before you fly. Itís Ready-to-Fly in that it has everything you need to get started but you will still have to put it together and program everything. None of the setup is particularly difficult, but youíll need to follow the step-by-step directions. The Force1 007 goggles are identical to the Eachine 007 FPV goggles. And do a great job of showing the image. The Radiolink AT-9 transmitter is a really nice remote. It has a nice solid feel and a bright colorful LCD screen. It has 9 channels and is customizable. It boasts a fast 3ms response time. The AT-9 supports S-BUS, and has a micro USB input. It has four VR switches, three 3-gear switches, four 2-gear switches, and a reset trainer switch. You can use it to control other fixed wing, multirotor or single-rotor aircraft as well.
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Old 11-06-2018, 07:13 PM
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Thanks for the review!
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