Lil Deuce

By Wholelottanope on Jul 11, 2019

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I'm beyond excited to finally get this frame built up. We've been waiting patiently for our motors to finally be released and put them on the frame they were made for (although you can run them on other frames if that's your thing.)

Obviously it's not my thing so I went with the Lil Deuce frame. Great carbon strength and although it was a cozy build with the BetaFpv F4 AIO 12A FC/ESC, TBS Crossfire Nano receiver and Unify Nano Pro 32 and Runcam Nano Racer all stuffed under the canopy - it all fits and stays protected from whatever you might fly this into. (not that anyone would notice - it weighs 55g without a battery)

The AIO flight controller/4in1 ESC has plugs for the motor connectors which coincidentally come installed on the new BARD* Lil Floaters motors. Plug and play. There was some motor remapping in Betaflight and setting the roll axis to the 180 degrees on account that the FC is inverted.

This does have a TBS Crossfire Nano installed so the antenna was a bit disproportionate although I have been looking at a smaller TBS 915 MHz antenna which may bring things back into frame.

This Lil Deuce is ridiculous good fun.

Hopefully the pictures help with another's build process.

=)

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Gooseman125   Jul 25, 2019  

this thing is super wicked, where did you get the canopy? I cant find it anywhere

Wholelottanope   Sep 04, 2019 

It's the current canopy. Reach out to Lil Deuce and they can send you in the right direction.

FrenchB   Jul 16, 2019  

So hot.
Did you just steal wrckit's build?

Wholelottanope   Jul 16, 2019 

HA! Nope. I did get a lot of helpful advice from him though. We are running slightly different FCs and motors. Those are his prints too.

RAHFPV   Jul 11, 2019  

Love it!!

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