Hyperlow Vert Freestyle V2

By fmcprogrmr on Aug 30, 2019

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It was time to build another Hyperlow quad. I love their frames, very strong frames and amazing designs. I am not much of a freestyler just some relaxed cruising around in the desert. I did not build it from the top plate down as recommended. It seemed easier to build it the traditional way from the bottom plate up by securing the arms temporarily with M3 nuts. I also cut a mount out of a aluminum sheet to secure the XT60 mount to the frame. It's a great strain reliever and makes it easier to unplug the battery.



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thumbtwiddler   Sep 10, 2019  

I think this might have been the first build I've seen in 3 months that looks just like just as much fun to build and admire as it does to fly

dafunk   Sep 09, 2019  

Looks great frame... I love it !!

not a fan this xing motor in the desert... sand gets stuck between magnets which way too close to the stator
What is your experience ?

fmcprogrmr   Sep 09, 2019 

Thanks! Yes you are right, one better not crash on the desert floor, can't even takeoff and land from it, if there is no road near where I'm flying, I have to takeoff and land on the hood of my car. Otherwise the sand and tiny rocks etc. will ruin any motor quickly. There is also conductive materials in the sand that will short stuff out on your FC, VTX and ESCs.

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