TinkerHawk 2s 65mm Whoop

By DengueFPV on Nov 20, 2019

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It's my first tiny whoop brushless build. I don't know what is the fullfillment in building your own drone? Maybe you can choose your own specifications that you don't find in a RTF of BNF and setup the whole thing. But you must be ready to make or break your parts. Specially in soldering small wires into the FC, this is the challenge in building your own.
Once you overcome the issues e.g. resoldering vtx, loose wire, trouble shoot firmware problem you will want to build another.
flight time on 2s 300mah gnb is 3:00 mins, 350mah is 4mins

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MakeitHappen   Jan 15, 2020  

Azi props or Gemfan 1220? I have Azi on my acrobee brushless. Wondering about those gemfa 1220 props

DengueFPV   Jan 15, 2020 
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I like gemfan 1220, durable and responsive.

Nabla   Dec 06, 2019  

How do you like those props?

DengueFPV   Dec 06, 2019 

Gemfan 1220 is lightweight and durable. I crashed hard and props was bend but just a litttle twist its back to normal.

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