Hyperlite Glide

By TonyFPV on Apr 08, 2019

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This frame was much nicer to build in than the Flosstyle, Love the frame only two issues I had when I was building it (they were my fault for the parts I had chosen) The mounting holes in the back are M2 I don't want to risk drilling out my carbon so I am just putting the m2 screws into the m3 gummies, it holds it well but would like an option for an m3 version. The motors I had stolen from another build and the wires I had cut too short, so I used racewire not as clean but works well. Apart from this build was very good, love the frame and can't wait to go outside and fly it soon. Will upload better photos soon.

Side note Flightone is awesome, I love it.


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