GNARLYFPV PRIMO 80X TOOTHPICK

By silkysmooth3215 on Jun 05, 2019

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This little guy weighs in at 69 grams with 3s 300Mah battery, the lightweight frame coupled with the Emax Avan Minis turned this two bladed prop toothpick into a flying craft that is a total blast to fly. The Happymodel 1102 7700Kv motors are perfectly balanced with excellent power to weight ratio when mated to this lightweight areodynamic frame. Ripping around hard with easily 3 -3 1/2 mins of flight time. Of all the crashes thus far a bent prop is the most damage. which is not a deal breaker. After hitting a tree at a good amount of speed it literally bounced right off with no issues whatsoever. The canopy is of soft TPU and is extremely durable. If you are looking for something to fly around without the fear of harming anything or anyone that simulates a bigger rig then look no further, cause this little guy will deliver the goods, guaranteed!

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Part List

Frame

Primo (2 builds)
Gnarlyfpv.com
$19.00

Flight Controller

CrazyBee F4 Pro V2 1-3S Brushless FC (NO RX)
Gnarlyfpv.com
$37.00

Motors

1102 7700kV 2-3S Motors (X4) LITE NEW ITEM (3 builds)
Gnarlyfpv.com
$41.99

Propellers

65mm Bi Blade Props (1mm hub) (2 builds)
Gnarlyfpv.com
$1.99

FPV Camera

RunCam Racer Nano (2.1mm lens)
Gnarlyfpv.com
$34.95

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro32 Nano 5G8 400mW Video Transmitter (10 builds)
Getfpv.com
$29.95

Receiver

FrSky XM+ SBUS 2.4GHz Mini ReceiverDefault Title (1238 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$12.99

Batteries

Happymodel 300mAh 3S HV Stick Battery Pack NEW ITEM (2 builds)
Gnarlyfpv.com
$9.00
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Jeremy Chotto   Jun 09, 2019  

what tpu printed piece are u using for the xm plus antenna to come out of?

Jeremy Chotto   Jun 21, 2019 

The new gnarly fpv updated frame kits support tpu antenna mounts

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