By The Van on Mar 24, 2018

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This is my trusty GT2. I've been a big fan of this frame ever since it came out. This is now my 2nd GT2 build. Not much to say about it except that the AXII Stubby fits phenomenally well on this frame, and has very little chance of getting damaged. Doesn't get in the way of pretty much any prop but the 5152 - all I had to do was bend the back plate ever so slightly upward to get it clear.



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kokein   Apr 07, 2018  

Hi. What s the GoPro 3d mount?

The Van   Apr 08, 2018 

It's the one by CJ5FPV. I think their shop has since closed but just about the same mount can be found here:

kokein   Apr 09, 2018 

Ok. But there is some kind of spacer?

The Van   Apr 17, 2018 

Oh! That's just a piece of foam I cut.

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