By fovea on Feb 15, 2019

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swapping old electronics to new frames - eachine e010c to a prepared aurora68 frame and finally to a simpel carbon-frame-stiffener normaly for whoopframes. a rubber around for better ability to fly away after impacts and as stiffener for motors.

sadly fc not able to setup on betaflitght, only two rate-modes. cleaner air gives more power but its a bit less precise because loosing motorbrake from the insucts, flightimes doesnt grow up.

the frame calls "cnc 3k carbon frame stiffener for blade inductrix eachine e010" but it seems the stop sell it on bg, cant find the product for a link. would work as frame for 0603 to about 0803 motors with the 3screw layout.



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