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The original V-Tail quad featured in the Bat Bone episode.
The motor mounts were made from aluminium that were drilled and bent to 40°.
It was difficult to get the angles identical.
So we made this 40° V-Tail motor mount kit
Simply glue together
The motors used in this build are the SK3 - 2822 - 1275kV
The motor mounts simply squeeze onto the 1/2" booms
Perfect angles every time.
The Bat Bone frame needs to be modified to accomidate for the dual tail setup.
The Any Copter can also, very easily be made into a V-Tail Quad.
The two tail booms mounted. The frame can still be used as a normal tricopter after the modification.
Front arms in place.
The tab kit transforms the Replacement Delrin - Straight 13-370 into a landing gear.
The Simple Delrin Landing Gear is really tough and can be used on both 1/2" and 10mm booms.
David shows in the video how to set up the KK2 board.
He also shows how to do the first flight adjustments.