By otterprince on Oct 06, 2019

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So... I received a pack of Tinyhawk motors, I did not order. The seller compensated me so I have these motors now I don't know what to do with. Ordering the standard Tinyhawk spares seemed way to expensive so I ordered some props and a frame. I have ton of B03/pro boards and one of those useless HAKRC 10A ESCs that overheat in 30 seconds on 2S but work properly on 1S.
The B03 board almost perfectly fits the Tinyhawk frame standoffs, altough some drilling needs to be done (this is also beneficial to use whoop vibration dampeners which would not fit through the standard holes of the board). Rotating the board 180° (90°CCW in hardware.h) results in programming port and antenna blinking through the frame hole dedicated to the original USB placement. To secure the camera I used MuteFPV's method. The build comes in at 31g, some could be shaved off to reach the original TH weight.
This is like the 5th brushless silver build of mine but I may never learn how to properly tune these...



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