By Silver Surfer FPV on Jan 06, 2019

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3D Printed Tie fighter FPV

I had an old hubasn X4 H107C drone with a busted arm so I took the motors, FC and added a AIO camera to the Tie Fighter. Looks good but flies like a barn with the barn door open. Very sensitive to the wind and makes maneuvering difficult outside. Slightly better performance inside with no wind. I'm guessing in space it flys much better.

Source file from Thingiverse - https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1242547
Top part of the cockpit was cut out for the antenna. Printed in PLA, assembled and painted.

Outdoor Test Flight



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