XSpaghetti Floss 3.0

By wklee.fpv on May 07, 2019

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The goal of this build is to keep wiring to a mininum and keep the build neat and tidy. Mounting the vtx and rx to a adapter board surely achieve the goal - no more spaghetti wiring!!

If you are using HyperLite F4 OSD V2, we could send you the prototype board for free. Please PM me.



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Boosta   May 10, 2019  

nice build i will make something simillar my question is where i can got that carbon bar between motors for floss 3.0 ? i want it

Boosta   May 10, 2019 

Thanks Bro regards !! that pcb on board is also wery nice !!

TheGeorgeNelson   May 08, 2019  


wklee.fpv   May 09, 2019 

send it!!

wklee.fpv   May 09, 2019 

pm us

RZFPV   May 07, 2019  

what is that green plate that u mount the vtx and rx too

wklee.fpv   May 08, 2019 

This is a prototype pcb board I designed. If you are using HyperLite F4 OSD V2, we could send you one for free. Please PM me.

TheMrJahn   May 07, 2019  

Great clean build! Like it!

wklee.fpv   May 07, 2019 


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