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FT VersaCopter 280- V2 -Quad Kit

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  • Product Description

    When you purchase a V2 Quad Kit, you’ll also receive a FREE gift*! *will show up in your shopping cart

    This quad is built for a 6" prop Set up!

    When adding the E-pack(Best) option, this comes with the 2000KV motors.

    The FT VersaCopter V2 is HERE!! It is all now at your fingertips!  With an array of vibrant colors you can now put your own spin on your VersaCopter.   Customization...you got it! Go crazy and create!  Upgrade now and see all the potential this quad has to offer!!

    This machine is one of a kind!  Its one of the only quads on the market that allows for the consumer(YOU!) to customize and create their very own flying machine!  Not only do you get to change and flip colors, but you can also take the copter itself and reconfigure it in different ways!  The FT Versacopter V2 Quad is now tougher and better then ever!  Make yours today and become part of the "V2-EXPERIENCE"

    The FT VersaCopter V2 Quad Kit includes:

    1x- Top VersaCopter Plate

    1x- Bottom VersaCopter Power Distribution Plate

    2x- Carbon fiber booms

    4x- Aluminum Motor Mount *(sets)* 

    2x- Aluminum Boom Bracket *(sets)*

     

    1x- Delrin Structural Casing 

    1x- Delring backside antenna/battery lead 

    1x- 10pck 30mm Screwpack

    1x- 10pck 22mm Screwpack

    2x- FT battery straps

     

    12x- 4" Black zip ties

    2x- 8" Black zip ties

    1x- grommet

    1x- FT sticker

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    1. Great product

      I bought this 1. To support Flitetest and what they do. 2. I wanted to build my own quad. And 3. Because FPV is very interesting to me. I would like to see a video on setting up FPV on the versacopter. In the diy video they said one was coming. Since I am a complete newb this build was fun and rewarding. I can't wait to go further with it. on 10th Sep 2016

    2. The Versacopter NOT so Versatile

      After watching some of your very informative videos and by the way thank you for making them available. I watched the one where you guys were chunking this copter from one side of the field to the other and the quad was holding up pretty well considering. At that point I ordered one up and after receiving it I have say that its not so versatile because unless the consumer buys all of the correct parts from you then it takes alot of modding to make other products work for instance the naze32. I had to drill through the board to mount mine hoping that I would not go through any of the circuits while drilling through the board. Also, the FC on that board is not even centered in the quad. As far as the top and bottom plates they are good and strong but the cut out board for the sides are very brittle and can be broke fairly easy. Heck both of the sides busted right out on the first little crash. I question why it was not made from the same material as the top and bottom. I think what would do alot of good and help alot of people out is if you kept the same Versacopter but in the middle you come out with another version or heck just a blank bottom plate so you could mount everything anywhere on the board you wanted to. I think you would sale alot more because as it is now Im mounting gear over places that are made into the board. In closing this is a great copter if you buy all the components to go along with it but if you plan on adding your own you will be forced to do some modding. Once again my suggestion would be to sell a blank bottom plate for the people who want have their own gear. Keep up the good work. on 1st Sep 2016

    3. The Versacopter NOT so Versatile

      After watching some of your very informative videos and by the way thank you for making them available. I watched the one where you guys were chunking this copter from one side of the field to the other and the quad was holding up pretty well considering. At that point I ordered one up and after receiving it I have say that its not so versatile because unless the consumer buys all of the correct parts from you then it takes alot of modding to make other products work for instance the naze32. I had to drill through the board to mount mine hoping that I would not go through any of the circuits while drilling through the board. Also, the FC on that board is not even centered in the quad. As far as the top and bottom plates they are good and strong but the cut out board for the sides are very brittle and can be broke fairly easy. Heck both of the sides busted right out on the first little crash. I question why it was not made from the same material as the top and bottom. I think what would do alot of good and help alot of people out is if you kept the same Versacopter but in the middle you come out with another version or heck just a blank bottom plate so you could mount everything anywhere on the board you wanted to. I think you would sale alot more because as it is now Im mounting gear over places that are made into the board. In closing this is a great copter if you buy all the components to go along with it but if you plan on adding your own you will be forced to do some modding. Once again my suggestion would be to sell a blank bottom plate for the people who want have their own gear. Keep up the good work. on 1st Sep 2016

    4. Not made for the Naze32

      This quad is great once you figure out how to make the Naze32 fit inside the case with mods. All that is needed to mount the Naze32 (or compatible flight controller) should be included in the box to make the assembly go much faster. It took me over two frustrating weeks to fit the Naze32 in this quad.

      I am able to assemble 3d printers in hours with more parts than the versacopter with less parts. Also including written directions will make the build go so much faster than watching you tube videos.
      on 31st Aug 2016

    5. Great product!

      Fun to build, well made and thought out, rugged flying machine when it's build. on 22nd Aug 2016

    6. Great Product!!

      I ordered my Versacopter a few weeks ago as my first quad build. I definitely was not disappointed, the quality of everything was great and it flies great!! I am in the military and have seen and been around Ravens which are supposedly million dollar drones so I thought it'd be fun to get a quad and get into the hobby. My only complaint is the delrin parts are okay but will crack in a crash. Luckily they arent too important and you can actually build it without any delrin, the sides will just be open. Also when ordering make sure to buy a charger for the lipo that you get as I didnt realize they didn't come with one. The little voltmeter that you can velcro to the battery in the youtube build video is a must!!!! It will make sure your voltage doesnt drop too low and destroy the lipo and possibly the quad from crashing. It is definitely a great investment. All in All a great little quad and I applaud Flite test for their design! on 24th Jun 2016

    7. Silky smooth!

      My first mini quad, and it flies so nicely. I still have to properly dial in my PIDs but I love it. And it looks really nice in blue too.

      I spent a day building it. Nice and simple using the build video. Only comment on the build video is that there was no advice for setting up FPV system in the v2.0 versacopter build video. I've never done it before so i had to look around and I found some older videos on setting up the naze32 and fpv. Had to take it apart again to solder on a JST connector to AUX1 on the power distribution board. After that it was all good!

      I've flown a few batteries already, I lost power on my first battery (I'm used to wings that last 12 minutes, it surprised me at 4 minutes on a 1800mah!) from this it fell out of the sky about 20 feet high. Nothing broke! not even a prop! Now I set my timer to 4 minutes and it comes down with 14% battery and no worries.

      There's plenty of space inside to put electronics. I have a minimosd on the way and there should be enough space inside to attach that.

      I'm really impressed, and for the money you can't go wrong! Now when I'm at the field and people ask where I got it from I say FLITETEST! :D
      on 20th Jun 2016

    8. Intuitive Design, tough as can be!

      The build for this racing quad is not for beginners but the end result is tough as nails! Great layout, and if you follow the build video for there is truly enough space for everything you'll need. They even incorporated a place for a pololu step down which came in handy for my opto esc's which have no power but only signal and ground. The step down helped me power the naze32 board which requires 5v of power. Overall I would highly recommend this frame just for the toughness and layout. Good job Flitetest! on 20th Jun 2016

    9. Loved this kit

      Pros
      -Super easy to build, was a joy for my first build
      -Great space for any additional electronics/configurations
      -Durable, tested over and over =P

      Cons
      -Motor mounts need to be re-centered almost every crash (not hard, just annoying)
      -"pop tabs" didn't slide straight down like they did in the video, had to thread them down and they never fully engaged
      -no rubber on battery straps or top plate, I never had a battery move in flight, but it slides pretty easy when pushed
      -CG without a camera only allows you to use one battery strap, even with the 4s 1800 mah

      Ideas for v3
      -Rubber on battery straps and or top plate
      -MAOR carbon fiber pls!, the strength and weight reduction of the booms makes me want the whole thing in carbon fiber, minus the pcb obviously.
      -A way to secure battery voltage alarms. Mine flew off almost every crash.
      -An included socket for the bottom plate nuts. I looked everywhere and couldn't find one small enough and ended up just getting them snug enough with needle nose pliers
      -longer battery lead, after chopping off the pre-solder and a tiny wire stripping mistake I wasn't left with enough with to snake it around the receiver and to kinda smush them up next to each other


      on 14th Jun 2016

    10. Good Quad QAV210

      This was a fairly easy and fun setup with alot of support from FT however for a little more you can get a qav210 frame or zmr210 and a lumenier setup and it would be a lot faster and durable just wouldnt be as easy to setup as a versacoptor. on 8th Jun 2016

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