Rambo Whoop

tips to select your battery and motor option:
- the fastest combination is CL-0615-19 motors and 205mAh HV batteries
- the longest flight time you will get from CL-0615-17 motors and 255mAh batteries
- to fly indoors or to learn flying, use 0615-17 motors and 205mAh 4.2V batteries

This is the original Rambo Whoop recipe:

Required equipment to fly this model: FrSky transmitter, 5.8Ghz video receiver, screen/goggles, battery charger.


recommended tools/parts for assembly:
- soldering iron with fine tip
- solder and flux
- SMD hot air gun (to melt keratin)

very small philips screw driver
- wire cutter/stripper
- 2mm zip-tie (to fix cam to mount)
- keratin glue, the soft variety (similar to hot glue, but better)
- glue-lined 6mm heat shrink (to protect antenna joint)
- 3rd hand (e.g. thejigsup.com)

FC preparation:
- flash FC with BF 3.0.1
- copy Dr. Whoop inverted settings dump into CLI
- bind receiver, test input channels, set modes

solder work:
- remove power connector from FC
- pre-tin power pads on FC
- solder pigtail to FC
- solder vTx to FC

final assembly:
- zip-tie cam to mount
- glue mount to FC
- glue antenna to frame

Betaflight 3.0.1. CLI dump:
(note: due to bugs in the "modern" PID controller in Betaflight, we are using the legacy PID controller that was part of BF 3.0.1 and earlier. You *need* to flash BF 3.0.1 before using these setting dumps to configure your FC!) 

- setting dump inverted (plugs facing up, as in the video)
- setting dump stockish (plugs facing down)

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