Hyperlow Vert Freestyle & Caddx Turtle

By bigtuni on Sep 04, 2018

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This was quite an interesting build as I wanted a super slammed frame but also HD/FPV-cam inside. And it worked. The Turtle-PCB fits perfectly in the front, glued to the top-plate with the included plates. Problem was reaching the Micro-SD-card slot.....here I found an extension ribbon cable (usually used with Arduinos), that exits on the top plate right in front of the lipo, the lipo actually holds the card shut while in flight. Even added a microphone to listen to the quad when flying. So far all works just fine. Weight without lipo 367gr.
And she flies just perfect, have a look at some videos.



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