Resurrected

By Sasquads on May 05, 2019

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Sometimes you build something and it's just not perfect. In my case, the 3D printed canopy on my Gold Stinger was too small and probably would have broken in the first crash. Besides the fact, that everything was stuffed in there and was a bit under pressure, I decided to rebuild it, in it's original form.
I had to use longer standoffs to fit the VTX in, but it worked. Now my antennas are placed nicely and the thing looks like a flying shoe box.
Still it's a cheapo build.

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