MaximusFPV INV8R (19x19)

By MaximusFPV on Jul 02, 2019

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NOTHING TO SEE HERE, JUST ANOTHER CRAZY FAST MICRO
Seriously, though, this is pretty similar to my previous INV8R build with the exception that this one has a Micro Falkor and a different stack.

THE BUILD
Same as usual, dropped this in using some spares I had from a previous build. Actually, these came off of a 2.5" plus frame prototype that needs some work. Anyway, I also decided to try some micro racewire on this one to clean things up and allow me to use the used motors. Worked out pretty well, and it fits perfectly onto the arms of the INV8R, totally by accident!

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