Feeling blue? Chopped Emodia 6" school bus

By M490fpv on Dec 28, 2018

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This is the brand new Emodia long freestyle frame.
More info of this frame can be found: https://dima.fi/fpv/emodia/

I used shorter 15mm standoffs in this build, so i have to use a 14mm micro cam. Normal length of the standofss in this frame is 24mm.
Twist lock Gopro mount: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3170926
I have been waiting to get the new Karearea TOA motors to some of my builds! I have heard so much good feedback about them.
These motors are 2306 2450kv, suitable for 2-6S!

Hydro dipped the frame. It did not come as good as i wanted, but this will be my main freestyle rig, so the surfaces go bad soon anyways :P
Managed to hide almost all wires and did the soldering of FC under side. I made a wiring tube from nylon net tube to run all wires inside the tube. Nice and clean, huh?
I did all screws for this build from M3x30 SS screws, cut to right length and heat treated to bronze/purple(ish) color.
Leds are iflight leds with iflight 4-6S controller.

Sorry, no proper 6" props yet, i have to start with HQ 5,5x4x3.

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Jodie Froster   Dec 30, 2018  
1

What a cool look! Love the twist lock goPro mount too

TeamWolfFPV   Dec 29, 2018  
1

Great looking build. Slammed and blue color details look tight.

ThemFlames   Dec 29, 2018  
2

wow

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