By fovea on Mar 24, 2019

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my first plus, tiny brushed plus. 1mm carbon stiffener as frame, fit between the conector, i cut the corners . furibee f3, cam vtx aio. 4blades and some kk 3blade for a second try.

prop in the middle of the screen is well, i dont need an osd for the crosshairs :-P
plus should be special bad for rear and front motor as a brushed setup, but i would try the tiny plus. without ducts unbraked speed, first try indoor was not enough space, second try will be with a bit more space outdoor.

(i upgrade the partlist with the fc, i couldnt find a link at first. first time i saw this shop: banggearwatch :-D probably there is another mix like "bestgood" )
update: banggearwatch is a price history tracker not a shop



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