Neato Fastback 5"

By PropsFPV on Jun 06, 2018

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I have built these 2 identical builds so that I can start racing. Initially I installed the Runcam Split V2 into both however I soon changed this due to the slight latency that I was experiencing. I opted to go with the Foxeer Arrow Micro and have had no issues since. The Raceflight (now FlightOne) equipment has been a good experience so far and I am liking the way it handles. As for the frame, the Neato Fastback is a well thoughtout frame that is finished in a beautiful way witht he dropdown section so that you can lower your stack, and the little zip tie sections. Just really well built and designed. The only change I made was going to the Gimp3D Halfback canopy. I feel this will be beneficial due to being able to access the internal components easily (without removing the canopy) as well as still offering a good deal of protection.



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tinyty   Jun 07, 2018  

You need to get one of these to lite up that pod!

Whiffles   Jun 07, 2018  

Neat looking canopy, but your photo resolution isn't so great.

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