Pit's Torque (Reverse stack racer build)

By Pit on May 21, 2019

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A second, more racing oriented build with a few differences VS the first here: https://rotorbuilds.com/build/17646

  • No 16awg wires. Original motor wires were used.
  • Back arms race leds at the bottom of the arm.
  • Some new TPU parts. An extra TPU cushions on under the motors and on the "nose" area.

All the TPU parts are available at: https://www.thingiverse.com/KrisMin/collections/pits-torque
The carbon parts of the frame are available in 5", 5/6"hybrid and 6" size.

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fovea   May 23, 2019  
1

awesome topplate view. very beautifull, like a skeleton watch :-)

Jodie Froster   May 23, 2019  
2

These builds are really inspirational. I particularly like how brave you are with that V top plate, it's straight drippin'. It's like it's wearing a thong, cause' you can see the goods even with the frame still on ;)
Also: those motor wire fasteners, the 3D printed ones. These are awesome, and the ones you had on the last build were awesome as well. Hard to say which I like better, but initially i'm into the new ones more.
I think the smaller motor wires are a smart choice, but I miss the grey, it really popp'd (and i'm still not %100 sure I don't like the 3D printed fasteners you used on those more than these....).
I dig that you put the lights on the bottom of the back for more than practical purposes, I actually want them to be different colors (spectator enjoyment).
All around sexy build.

Pit   May 23, 2019 
1

I love your analogy.
I also like the new racing build more. Its more practical while still being good to look at.

zombetto   May 21, 2019  
1

Really good!

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