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Phantom V1.1.1 Packaged or stand alone.

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Boozshey, Aug 22, 2014.

  1. Boozshey

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    Okay, I have a Phantom v1.1.1 that I am looking to sell. It will be offered in a couple different package combinations...

    Here is video that was shot from it this past weekend. viewtopic.php?f=6&t=23517

    This Phantom is used, it has been used a lot but flies perfect. I kept it in my backpack and was used for travel since it was more compact than most multirotors and has been modified to have dual batteries, fpv gear, and OSD. With that, it has holes drilled in the body to accommodate the items. A new shell will be included with all purchases that the buying can swap if they choose. The front door of that body will need to be replaced cause it's missing a latch.

    Could use some fresh batteries, but I will include what I have for it. The batteries aren't puffy, but being anxious to fly I have cycled them quickly and they are suffering from it. Zippy batteries you can expect 7 minutes, Maddogs you can expect 11 minutes. However, when both brand batteries were new you can expect 15 from Zippy's and 17 from Maddogs. Of course those times are with 2 - 3s 2700 in parallel for 5400mah.

    This is a great starter package at what I feel to be a reasonable price. Like all things in life, everything is negotiable to a point, however, these are near 50% in savings so be easy on me.

    Shipping on packages 2 and 3 will require a couple extra days due to having to uninstall items.

    Package 1: $800 ($1496) (prices are new for reference)
    Phantom v1.1.1 w/upgraded board for gimbal control ($479)
    T-motor - Anti Gravity Motors ($189)
    Dual Battery Mod and tx tray ($15)
    T-Motor Propellers (one black motor nut) ($89)
    Set of P2 Stock Twist on Props ($10)
    8 - Zippy 3s 2700mah ($120)
    2 - Maddog 3s 2700mah ($60)
    Stock Transmitter/Reciever will be included and has a pot in place of the lever for gimbal control
    DYS3 Axis Gimbal ($190)
    FrSky X8R Reciever ($35)
    FatShark 5.8ghz 250mW Transmitter ($69)
    ImmersionRC EZOSD ($180)


    Package 2**: $650 ($1123 prices are new for reference)
    Phantom v1.1.1 w/upgraded board for gimbal control ($479)
    T-motor - Anti Gravity Motors ($189)
    Dual Battery Mod and tx tray ($15)
    Set of P2 Stock Twist on Props ($10)
    8 - Zippy 3s 2700mah ($120)
    2 - Maddog 3s 2700mah ($60)
    Stock Transmitter/Reciever will be included and has a pot in place of the lever for gimbal control
    DYS3 Axis Gimbal ($190)
    **Body will have holes from where wires were leaving the body to power items.

    Package 3**: $550 ($933 prices are new for reference)
    Phantom v1.1.1 w/upgraded board for gimbal control ($479)
    T-motor - Anti Gravity Motors ($189)
    Dual Battery Mod and tx tray ($15)
    Set of P2 Stock Twist on Props ($10)
    8 - Zippy 3s 2700mah ($120)
    2 - Maddog 3s 2700mah ($60)
    Stock Transmitter/Reciever will be included and has a pot in place of the lever for gimbal control
    **Body will have holes from where wires were leaving the body to power items.
     
  2. Boozshey

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  3. fly-catchers

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    Bit of an off topic question. But how do you find the DYS3 Axis Gimbal? Did you need to tune it to get it to work well & I see you have it fitted with the stock landing gear. Does it work ok without any extensions to the land gear?

    cheers

    bill
     
  4. Boozshey

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    Well, like all things I can never leave well enough alone. So the gimbal was perfect out of the box. But I had to go and mess with the setting in which caused me to have to retune it. But I recall it working just fine. Just don't update the firmware and only modify the settings of pitch angle and what not and it's a good gimbal. As far as gear go, it could be 1/4" taller and it would be fine. I just let the camera jump around slightly until launch and would just catch it on landing or land in grass.
     
  5. Boozshey

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    Last call before ebay!
     
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