DustyAirFPV- Signature

By DustyAir on Aug 21, 2019

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This was a really fun and easy build. Very minimal soldering was needed and it seems like this will be an easy Rig to repair when the time comes. When it comes to being a clean build it doesn't get any cleaner than this. I highly reccomend the GEP-RC span as well as the GEP-RC span pro.

The only pieces not listed are the 3d-printed parts that I added for durability and ease of use.

I liked this build so much that I did a twin build of this. This is now my go-to flying platform.

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Yashas   Sep 11, 2019  

Can you give the 3d printed parts link?

DustyAir   Feb 04, 2020 

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