Whoopster One Ten

By quad66 on Jul 04, 2019

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Finally got the 1s F3 Crazybee board flying well. The frame is designed with enough spacing under the board to be able to keep the board "right side up" if you want to do a direct transplant from a whoop. Also, the mount now has a little more motor protection and is "universal-ish" accepting the Happymodel 3 hole motors and the 4 hole 1103 motors. See the videos. And yeah, this much fun shouldn't be possible on 1S.

Dry weight 25.5 gm
AUW 33 gm



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