Micro 2" Toothpick "Purple Drip"

By Igi87 on Sep 09, 2019

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My first 2" micro build came out pretty well. The "Purple Drip"
Had some parts lying around and thought "let's build a 2", why not". Soldered the motors directly to the board and put the Crossfire Nano Receiver under the Board.

Flys very nice without any oscillations, only the 4 blade props drain the battery very quick, other than that all perfect :D

Dry Weight 48g
using a 300mah Happymodel Battery, might change to 450mah, as the Props are powerhungry :D

Photos

Part List

Frame

HX100 Carbon Fiber Frame (2 builds)
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$8.84

Flight Controller

F4 2-4S AIO Brushless Flight Controller 12A (BLHeli_S) (16 builds)
Betafpv.com
$39.99

Motors

BetaFPV 1103 8000Kv Micro/Whoop Motor 4 Pack (3 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$39.99

Propellers

6 Pairs Emax AVAN Micro 2 Inch 4-blade RC Drone FPV Racing Propeller for 11XX 4500-6500KV Motor (8 builds)
Banggood.com
$5.33

FPV Camera

RunCam Nano2 (32 builds)
Shop.runcam.com
$19.99

FPV Transmitter

A01 25-200mW 5.8G VTX (3 builds)
Optimum-racing.ch
$14.90

Receiver

TBS Crossfire Nano RX (331 builds)
Team-blacksheep.com
$29.95
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Discussion

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HK-AERIAL VTOL   1 day ago  

Can you fit\have you tried the 2" HQ tri's? I absolutely love 'em.
Edit: Sweet micro!

tashnats   4 days ago  
1

very unique style of building! like it a lot. how did you get the glitter?

alwaysbless   6 days ago  
1

Spray painted the twig canopy?

Igi87   6 days ago 
1

yes, with lexan paint

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