Orange Pudang

By baze_fpv on Mar 24, 2019

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5" build based on cheap Puda frame and used parts from previous quad and other unused parts. I selected overall theme color to be orange & black.
Spray painted the frame with 3D-printed template that I made.
Also designed and 3D-printed holder for keeping VTX and XM+ neatly in place.

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PropHawk   May 19, 2019  

This Is awesome! i commented on another build and you linked this in troy and i couldn't thank you more. I have a Tyro109 that i broke Off an arm. I'm looking for top mount frame. I'm also running Mamba in the Tyro109. I'm gonna be using the Tyro's 2206 2450kv motors on 4s but they seem great so far and think I'll be ok. So you Say this is a strong frame? Hope so hahaha. Thanks friend. U have a YouTube?

M490fpv   Mar 24, 2019  
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I like the idea for printing the painting template! 😃. i hydro dipped my chameleon  in paint.

baze_fpv   Mar 24, 2019 

Thanks :+1: . I first thought of creating the painting pattern with masking tape but that would limit the details and geometry I could use.
(By the way, those E-max motors are your old ;) ).

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