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Quad Top Or Bottom Battery Mount

Discussion in 'Multi-Rotor' started by D.O.G., Mar 24, 2020 at 6:34 PM.

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  1. D.O.G.

    D.O.G. Well-Known Member Goblin 380 Supporter

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    I have quads with both top and bottom battery mount and was wondering how you prefer your battery mounted. I've notice that on a top battery mounted, my quad has a sharper response and better control and stability. Which I use for freestyle. The battery mounted on the bottom seems stable but bottom heavy and worry about damaging the battery on a crash. Most racer prefer the battery on the bottom vs the top. The quad that has the battery on the bottom, I use it to record the dogs when they are training and the quad with the battery on the top, I use to cruz around my track at the house. Eitherway...they're fun to fly :). IMG_0632.JPG

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