By Sasquads on Jul 17, 2018

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Because my manhood is small, I wanted something to go along, to keep my frustration from growing. Something my manhood is lacking.
I used a Furibee Apis Florea 66mm kit and put everything on an Eyas X-2 frame.
I gave it the same color as the top of my manhood.
It has a Tiny......(like me), F3 flightcontroller, with 4 in 1, -6 Amp Esc's.
Furibee branded 1104 - 7000 kV motors and some unknown AIO Camera with 25mW VTX.
It's a little pocket rocket, like the rocket in my pocket. It flies fine and doesn't hide cowardly behind a fly.



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Fred fpv   Jul 17, 2018  

nice built. never had problems with 3s with this fc?  now you make me thinks i should upgraded mine...😞..lol

Sasquads   Jul 17, 2018 

I use 2s - 500mAh LIHV

ghostface   Jul 22, 2018 

Did you really link the right stack? I thought teeny1s only does 1s?

Sasquads   Jul 22, 2018 

Yes. There is 1s and 2s Teeny stacks.
I don't even have 1 s lipo's. :)

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