Mode 2 Ghost 5” - Custom Top Mount

By jamesnater on Apr 15, 2018

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I built this rig to replace my spare 5" that I bring with me when I fly just in case I crash my main 6" rig. I have a feeling that I'll be flying this one a lot

I used a carbon battery strap mount from an old quad, zipties, and foam to make the "custom" toilet tank top mount.

AUW: 571g

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TeamWolfFPV   Apr 24, 2018  

Let us know if it feels top heavy!

jamesnater   Apr 28, 2018 

Feels pretty centered.

MidnightQuads   Apr 25, 2018  
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that toilet tank tho! Sweet, man!

thumbtwiddler   Apr 16, 2018  
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QuadStar Drones   Apr 15, 2018  
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I love the picture of it looking outside at the rain - catches the mood around here lately: hurry up, summer!

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