By WillD7545 on Jul 07, 2019

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Don't even think about trying to put a 4 high stack in this frame. The centerpiece of this build is the Caddx Turtle V2. Being a split type camera, it has a board that goes into the stack. I was planning to have the ESC, camera, FC, and VTX stacked. The way the frame is designed limits the height of 20 x 20 stacks to about 18 - 19mm, so I had to take the VTX out I was planning to use (AKK 20x20) and try out an Oscar's Backpack.


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HK-AERIAL VTOL   Jul 09, 2019  

How are the F10's? I am about to build someone a 2" and considering those...or the BBB... or maybe just R3's (expensive but worth it). How do you like the backpack vs the AKK (FX3?)? You used just about all the room that frame had to give. I'm using the 3S Venom 850 on my micros and I just gotta tell ya.... try 'em out. They are beautiful power.
Thanks for the share... it's refreshing to see a real hot micro in a sea of 5", 2207, 40A whathaveyous (not that I don't have enough of those).

WillD7545   Jul 07, 2019  


WillD7545   Jul 07, 2019  


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