By TheMrJahn on Sep 30, 2019

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This build based on a new frame from Catalyst Machineworks SuperSlamNasty - 20mm available stack height. I think it's one of the best frames for 20x20 hardware! Talon F7 Fusion fc and Gigawatt v2 esc, Hypetrain Stingy 2207 2150kv motors - top and reliable hardware for 5/6s freestyle drone. For fpv hardware i chose RunCam Phoenix Oscar Edition cam and TBS Unify PRO32 Nano vtx. As a result - total weight is 287.8 grams!

To get everything work correctly some changes need to be done in bf configurator.

  1. To fix motor four resourses should be remapped:
    Resource MOTOR 6 None
    Resource MOTOR 4 C08
  2. To get voltage from vs pin:
    Go to the mode tab and setup a mode switch for pitmode



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