PICKLE TOOTHPICK (38g)

By wklee.fpv on May 14, 2019

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LEDroneClub Pickle mini fpv frame kit v2
HBS F405 F4 Flight Controller
Happymodel EX1102 9000KV motor
3DPOWER 10 PAIRS 65mm PROP
Caddx Turbo EOS2 camera
TBS Unify Pro32 vtx
TBS Crossfire Nano RX

Weight: ~38g

Frame and canopy is designed by Alex Arvinte

You could download his designs at https://www.thingiverse.com/ledroneclub/designs

Finally had time to test it:

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Nikotttin   5 days ago  

could you please upload more pics of your mounting and of the vtx? I‘m building the same and don‘t know how to play with the various screws :)
thanks!

wklee.fpv   4 days ago 

I just put the vtx on the fc.

Nikotttin   3 days ago 

thanks very much!
In the pack, I also received some M2 white spacers. did you use these between the FC and the frame or did you simply use the long screw and some rubber gromets?

MidnightQuads   7 days ago  

How does the HBS fc work? I was looking at that one too

wklee.fpv   4 days ago 

It works fine. havent have any issue after 50 packs flying!!

StickyRice   5 days ago  

whoaaa whats your flight times with that thing. Looks great dude!

wklee.fpv   4 days ago 

at least 3 mins for normal flying.

Nikotttin   5 days ago  

could you please upload more pics of your mounting and of the vtx? I‘m building the same and don‘t know how to play with the various screws :)
thanks!

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