AirBlade Super75X Pickle

By airbladeuav on Jan 18, 2019

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So i converted my beta75X to the Airblade Super75 carbon fiber frame. It flew really nice but one that bothered me was the camera. So decided to swap it out to the Caddx EOS2. In the process of de-soldering and re-soldering the AIO camera, i managed to toast the FC/ESC stack so now it became a completely new build. I put the AirBlade Omnibus Stack in it together with the Caddx EOS2 and Unify Nano VTX. I also put on my prototype 1103 12000kV and see what sort of performance we can get out of this little monster.

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alwaysbless   Jun 19, 2019  

Did you ever publish the canopy on thingiverse?

alwaysbless   Jun 19, 2019 

Appreciate ya!

WoZe   Jan 23, 2019  

Hello, where can i find the canopy for the frame ?

airbladeuav   Jan 23, 2019 

the design is not finalized yet, ill post on thingiverse when it's done

Nabla   Jan 18, 2019  

That canopy is awesome! It kinda looks like a guppy.

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