2s Tinyshark

By loadedlux on Apr 21, 2018

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Decided to replace my OG Hoverbot nano with this little guy. My goals were to have the lightest weight 2"/2s frame with decent camera protection, and enough room to use a higher quality micro cmos/vtx combo. I'm often flying in an area with a lot of shadows and direct light, typical AIO's don't transition quick enough. I opted for the FXT T80 because it's the lightest micro cmos with picture adjustment, and the Unify nano because is by far the lightest nano VTX option.

I've tested the Lumenier 2.2" bi blades, DAL Cyclone 2035s, Hulkies, HQ 2x2.5x3, GF 2035 (ranked in order in regards to efficiency/performance/jello/durability). The Lumeniers on 1103 10,000kv are incredibly efficient, durable, and have some serious juice. I'm getting around 5 minutes of mixed flight on my little 450's, but do keep in mind that I had to trim the canopy to give them some breathing room.

Dry weight 45g, 70g with battery.

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Magus_fpv   Jun 13, 2018  

will the airblade stack also run on 1s?

UpMostBeast FPV   May 28, 2018  

How do you like the unify nano? Did it work nicely with the airblade stack and not get too hot?

RocketSquidFPV   Apr 21, 2018  
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Seems like TinyShark is the new whoop! Have to buy one now, that build is elegant and simple.

loadedlux   Apr 21, 2018 

Definitely. I decided on the frame because it's the lightest 2" frame that is 2s appropriate and offers decent camera protection! A lot of room to build as well.

ICEMAN   Apr 24, 2018 

What do you mean by 2s appropriate? Is it because 3s would require a larger ESC therefore more weight? Also would it be dumb to still put a x30 on a "2s appropriate" build? (Don't feel like buying all new batteries for a JST)

emorf fpv   Apr 22, 2018  

wow really nice!
I m building a 2" on Hummingbird...but I want also that frame!! I like it

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