MaximusFPV Modulus 65 [070X]

By MaximusFPV on Apr 10, 2018

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So it's been about 6 months and I just now realized I never posted this... Oops.
Anyway, this is my own design. First time producing something I've drawn and it's gone super well! There's also an 110X version on my new website and honestly I'd recommend that one over this version, but this guy still kicks ass.

STORY
It all started last August when I was prepping for winter (it gets cold early in Michigan) and I couldn't find a nice indoor (~65mm) frame I liked that fit 110X motors (I planned on using Racerstar 1103 10000kV at the time). I sat down in Fusion 360 and made this thing in 110X flavor, but after some research I found that the new Sunnysky 070X motors were probably better for me than my 1103, so I did an 070X version as well. As soon as I posted pictures, people were all over it, especially when Adam Douglas endorsed the 110X version. Now here I am, a few months later, with my own website and a review by Nick Burns!

FEATURES
Onboard OSD
1S only
65mm
16x16 stack
40mm props
Optional prop guard

THE BUILD
I started with the Sunnysky 0705s but I found them to be too heavy and underpropped in my case, so I went down to the 0703 and it worked like a charm. I can tear up my living room for a solid 2 minutes with no worries about sagging. Other than that, the compact stack with the 4in1 connection cable made it a fairly clean and straightforward build. Another thing I really like about these guys is they are fairly cheap. I mean, in this day and age, $160 all in for a build with 4 sets of props and 6-8 batteries is crazy to me.

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Discussion

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TeamWolfFPV   Apr 11, 2018  
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Juicy. I have a bat-100 that is on life support. This looks like a good second life for it!

MaximusFPV   Apr 11, 2018 
1

I think so, just need some 40mm props. They just went on sale so grab one here if you're really interested: https://maximusfpv.com/product/modulus-65-070x/

Booda3000   Apr 11, 2018  
3

100% cool.
Getting one.

MaximusFPV   Apr 11, 2018 

Thanks! Snap one up here, they just went on sale as I'm clearing them out: https://maximusfpv.com/product/modulus-65-070x/

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