First my racing qwad with Acrobot TruX v2 220

By tuxkeren on Jul 09, 2019

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First my racing qwad with Acrobot TruX v2 220

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fovea   13 days ago  

i broke a lot of beeper-solderpads the way you mount your beeper, i start use allways some wires between. i tought because you have the space in the frame, i probably can prevent you :-)
nice build!

tuxkeren   8 days ago 

Yeah, but I am to lazy to reassembly the frame for just to solder beeper :-D

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