6" Flynoceros Aether

By RENOV8R on Jul 03, 2018

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I decided to do a 6" build and love the Flynoceros frames, so the Aether was a no-brainer. This has to be the most versatile frame on the market, with the option of 3" to 8" arms, 36mmX 36mm or 20mm X 20mm mounting for flight stack and any size FPV camera. Also an infinite choice of vtx and standoff locations. The one thing that stands out as different on this build is the use of the WhiteNoise Unify Pro/FRSKY R-XSR mounting board on top of the DALRC ESC/F405 stack . Together with the TBS Racewire (also a WhiteNoise product) made for a nice clean build.



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Flowst8   Jul 12, 2018  

Super clean! Do you fly with exposed solder points on the racewire? I'm using racewire also but love the added bling if covering the solder points isn't necessary.

RENOV8R   Jul 16, 2018 

Sorry I'm late getting back to you, been on vacation. So yeah, I just leave them exposed. My thinking is that they don't really need any moisture protection and any kind of a strike is going to just cut through liquid electrical tape anyhow.

Whiffles   Jul 05, 2018  

Nice use of white. I'd do more white builds if it wasn't so difficult to photograph them.

Jodie Froster   Jul 04, 2018  

Looks so good!

Knucklehead   Jul 04, 2018  

Great looking build, sir!

RobbertSegers   Jul 03, 2018  

that white is so sexy

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