By otterprince on May 11, 2019

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After my 2s whoop board died I decided to rebuilds my Lil Bandito with silver firmware. Whoop Lite, E011, B03, santawhoop boards all should work as long as you have FETs (mosfets are harder to work out) to get DSHOT motor signals (actually you can use PWM but for me it really is a hassle to set up). I turned out pretty OK, although it is in desperate need of a good PID tune. First I used some mobula7 canopies but these cheap ldarc tiny6 ones work just as fine and even let me plug in the st-linker without disassembling the whole stuff. The frame plate has been changed since I have ordered it and now you don't need to use 3D printed adaptors which is most welcome, as it is the weakest point of the build by far.



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ghostface   May 31, 2019  

Cool - got some under the hood pics and maybe a dvr?

otterprince   Jun 01, 2019 

Sadly not. I have gone through my last piece of 3d printed adaptor and waiting to get some more. Will update when assembled.

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