Yellow Monster

By TaterrsFPV on Mar 14, 2018

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Well this build is complete and ready for her first maiden. Going with something that is very high viz and just really pops!! Will be mounting my gopro session to this build. Also plan on changing the antenna placment for reciever and also the shrink tubing to yellow as well to keep the theme. Thanks for viewing!!

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mwm8X8   Mar 20, 2018  
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Aesthetically perfect !

But don´t forget to tight the M5 nuts on top of the propellers !! XP

TaterrsFPV   Mar 20, 2018 

Oh yeah lol!!!

nchristo   Mar 15, 2018  

What's that black stuff over most of your solder joints?

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WISCAL   Mar 15, 2018 

Nice looking build!

TaterrsFPV   Mar 15, 2018 

I use Gardner Bender WISCAL. Seems to work great. What stuff are you using??

TaterrsFPV   Mar 15, 2018 

Thank you!!

The Van   Mar 15, 2018  

Damn, really nice build m8! I'm giving that frame a strong consideration for my next 5", when the GT2 finally breaks.

TaterrsFPV   Mar 15, 2018 

Thank so much!! Look forward in seeing what you come up with if you build it.

SIGHKOTIK   Mar 14, 2018  

Nice attention to detail

TaterrsFPV   Mar 14, 2018 
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Thanks 4.5 years in the Airborne Infantry will do that:)

Krillfpv   Mar 14, 2018  
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Great job! I dont know why, but something about this build really speaks to me😂 keep it up!

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