FPV DIY, Repairs and Mods are a collection of extraordinarily helpful FPV drone relevant articles. FPV DIY, Repairs and Mods serves to teach a range of useful hacks that will keep your FPV racing and freestyle drone in the air for longer, and for as cheaply as possible. Articles in the FPV DIY, Repairs and Mods category are essential knowledge for any FPV drone pilot, no matter their skill level.
In this tutorial, we will modify an old computer power supply so that you can use it for a LiPo charger such as an ISDT. This project does not cost as much as pre-built power supply, and the materials for this are easy to find. By making this power supply, there is no need to…Details
In this tutorial, we will be making a parallel charger for your LiPo batteries. Parallel charging is a fast and efficient way of charging multiple batteries at once. This way, you can get back in the air faster to fly! By making a charger, you will understand the concept behind it, and will be able…Details
Your FPV system is the single most important part of your quad. It provides you with a live video feed to tell you where the aircraft is heading, and allows us to perform mind-bending acrobatic maneuvers. If a single component in your FPV system fails during flight, then the quad goes down, all because of…Details
In this guide, I will be showing you how to mod your FlySky FS-i6 radio system into a 10 channel BEAST. This budget radio has been on the scene for a few years and is quite popular among the budget realm of FPV radios. I love this radio system so much, and actually prefer it…Details
The drone design cycle is the process of planning, iterating, designing and producing a drone product. Product design cycles are a tried and true way of developing a product in a well-documented manner. In this guide, I will outline a version of the design cycle I use when creating products. All industries follow their own…Details
TBS Crossfire DX9 radio installation can be a daunting task. In this guide, I will demonstrate two different methods of TBS crossfire DX9 installation. The first method is for powering the crossfire with a separate power source. The second method is for powering the crossfire using the transmitter battery. Now for a quick disclaimer: OPENING…Details
A custom FPV logo on your OSD and Rapidfire module are an excellent way of customizing your gear. In this guide, I will show you how to convert and upload your custom FPV logo to your Rapidfire and OSD. If you are considering a Rapidfire module, you can read Josh’s review here. To demonstrate the…Details