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Eachine Qx95 Fpv Racing Quad Review

By Tony, Nov 9, 2016 | |
  1. Tony
    If you are looking for the perfect way to get into FPV racing, there is no better quad than this little guy right here! The QX95 Micro FPV Racing Quad has everything you need to get started. From a 95mm frame that will allow you to get into the tightest of spaces, to the F3 flight controller, to the 25mw FPV camera/Transmitter combo, this quad has everything.

    One down side to this quad is the motors. because they are brushed, you are going to need replacements after about 30 flights. The kit comes with two extra motors which is a bonus to keep you in the sky while your new motors are on the way. The F3 flight controller has built in ESC's for the brushed motors which reduces the weight.

    Also on the back of the quad is a nice RGB LED strip that will tell you just about everything that the quad is doing. From showing armed-disarmed, to showing that the person flying is banking left, right, pulling back to slow down, or raising and lowering the throttle, the LED's show you exactly what is going on.

    In this video, I show you what comes in the box, how to setup your Tx, how to verify everything is correct in the software (cleanflight) and how it flies. This is where I hit a snag as the yaw was all over the place. This is nothing that a little tuning will take care of, so no worry there.

    Oh, and did I mention that this is a BNF quad to Spektrum? If your Tx will handle DSM2, then this quad is perfect!

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