By BlueOverBrown on Dec 03, 2018

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I transplanted many parts into this one from Comrade, my previous 3 inch build, I was tired of snapping arms.
Notable features are a current sensor built into the xt30 and the buzzer/LED combo I built into the back. I had to trim the tabs a bit to get the buzzer/LEDs to fit between the vertical plates, but it worked.
Unfortunately, I didn't discover VHB until after I had mounted the racewire with zip ties and eletrical tape underneath, next time!
I'm overall very happy with the way it flies, I named it Tweek because of the tiny bit of prop wash oscilation that I can't seem to tune out.



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