Toothpick Mira

By DanRichmond on Mar 06, 2019

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It's a Mira 110 frame. Toothpick type build.
48 grams.  70 with battery.
On this frame I tried a few different kinds of motors (0603 16kv 2s underpowered, 0802 mobula motors good, 0803 trashcan motors draw too much power, 1103 10000kv motors too much current) and now finally some 1103 8500kv that are just right.  They have the quick punch up power I've been looking for.
I don't need an upgrade it's perfect now.
I've never flown a 5 inch I've been planning on it I started with whoops and am starting to learn acro but all the whoops I've tried don't really dive right and won't let me do some of the acro moves I want to do..  I see this as the perfect gateway drone until I'm ready to try a 5 inch.  It's super fun I may never need anything bigger.
Here's a flight video I know this thing has a level of performance beyond what my current skill level can show off and that's why I love it so much I'll keep flying it.

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Grass_Cutter   16 days ago  
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This bro is always in Acro!!

qubic   19 days ago  
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Can you share the camera mount design?

DanRichmond   19 days ago 

I bought it from banggood I added the link in misc parts..

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