Tomoquads Corsa Frame (75X w/Caddx EOS2) Conversion

By gsixx8fpv on Feb 10, 2019

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With the BetaFPV having yaw twitch problems, I felt a different frame would solve the issue. The component swap is pretty straight forward. Be advised that space is at a PREMIUM and all wiring must remain under the canopy due to how close the spinning propeller tips are. I started with Gemfan 1.9" 3-blade props, but went back to stock props after adding the "bumpers" made from the old 75X frame. I did this so I could have a place to mount the LED/buzzer strip.

After conversion i must say... THIS THING RIPS!! The yaw twitch as disappeared as well. The GNB 2s 300mah 80c HV batts i went with are giving me 4:30 flight time cruising/light acro.

If your 75X has this issue, buy this frame and do the swap. You will not regret it.

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