Super simple Floss 3.0 Hybrid 6S

By M490fpv on Mar 22, 2019

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this is my third Floss 3.0 race quad build for the season 2019. I'm using hyperlite 2205.5 1722kv motors and 6" hybrid rear arms on this one.
I also try the 20x20 Aikon stack in this one. Triedto keep this as simple as possible, so i designed a stack mount to XM+ and VTX and printed it from TPU98A.
AUW with props and strap is now 275g, not bad at all with Micro Eagle, 2205.5 motors and 6" rear arms?

VTX/XM+ mount: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3507166
Arm protectors (not sure if I will use them to save 10g): https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2874494

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Jodie Froster   Mar 22, 2019  
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Bracket-fo-yo-stack-it. I like the design, but I want you to make it better. Somehow use less zip ties. I feel like you could get it down to 1 or 0 with very little more effort, you have it so close already. I have to say i'm impressed with your color coordination; teal TPU, blades, bells, turtle fin, AND zip ties. The contrasting orange on the mid-plate and prop nuts looks great!

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