Tie Micro (whoop, 85mm, 2S)

By cd334 on Jul 11, 2019

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This is my second whoop. This is my own buildup.
The motors are the 10000kv variant.
Weight without battery is 46g, with battery 75g.
First flight was done indoor and it was very good.
Outdoor performance: 26A with max throttle and min. 6 minutes flight time. It is stable and good to control. I used the Betaflight commuity preset PID setup for 2" - 3" Quad - 11xx-12xx Motors

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