Flying Purple Japalura

By DeezyFPV on Jul 04, 2019

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So I decided I needed to get into the 3" realm for something i can fly close to home.

For the frame I went with a Armattan Japalura as its a pretty stout frame for a 3"

For the motors I wanted something to match both the color's and performance. Not much in the 1407 world to choose from so i went with the tried and true HGLRC Flames.

I wanted to keep it small and simple so i went with a 20x20 Mamba F405 Mini MK2. All the features i need in a small compact space.

VTX went with the new TBS Unify Pro Nano 5G8. Small light and powerful.

Camera I will be using my trusty Caddx Ratel as i am used to the quality and look of it.

This time around i practice my soldering and have improved quite a bit from my last build however this 20x20 was a challenge to solder to.

Let me know what you think.

Long Range build coming next.

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