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Reman 2018-05-28 15:58:02
It's not a light frame, Or notably stiff...... But just look at it, It's fri66in' adorable !!!! :) I built it up the day it arived. You'll need a Runcam Micro sized camera to go in the front as there's only 19mm between the side mounts. It'll take a 30.5 or 20mm stack, But headroom's a bit limited at 25mm between frame plates. With a micro VTX at the back, a 4 in 1 ESC and a small RX it's an easy build. I opted for an underslung battery on mine because the upswept blade tips on the iFlight Nazgul T3061's I'm using would get a bit too close to a top mounted battery for my liking. I've added a couple photos of the frame (Plus motors and props) fo scale. Ones next to my 220 Martian, And the other's with a full sized GoPro-A-like sitting on top, The others are of it finished (Without an FPV camera so far) with Racerstar BR1407 3500KV motors, A Racerstar 20A 4 in 1 ESC (Yeah, I know, It's a bit overkill for this, But I had it handy) an F3 omnibus FC, an Eachine VTX03, And a FlySky X6B RX. I've got one of the Eachine SpeedyBee CCD FPV cameras on the way to me for this to. I've also fitted one of the Realacc battery protection boards as I spend a few quid on Li-Po's and would rather not belly flop them into the ground without protection in an abrupt landing. As I said at the start, It's not a particularly stiff or light frame (The LT130 is probabbly a little better in both regards), But the finished quad is comically cute, and a fun addition to my Martian collection.
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