Kabab TP3

By Ikuiku on Oct 10, 2019

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I am still getting used to this build, it seems like all the power comes in above 60% throttle. I can't wait til other manufactures start making 2mm prop shaft props.

10/19 I am finally getting used to the throttle and really liking how you can hammer the throttle with out any voltage sag >: )

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MrSmoothFPV   Oct 11, 2019  

Where did you put your vtx? I will be using the same on mine, but I've heard a ton of people saying that it gets insanely hot even on lower power settings.

Ikuiku   Oct 11, 2019 

i mounted the vtx on the back of the camera. I used silicone and double sided tape to get it to stick. The vtx does get hot on the bench with out any airflow but when its in the air it stays nice and cool at 200mw. I am pretty sure it's due to the canopy allowing a lot of airflow. When ever I need it powered up on the bench i just use vtx pit mode to kill signal so it doesnt over heat.

Ikuiku   Oct 11, 2019 

if you look at all my micro builds they are all mounted like that wih out any heat issues.

MrSmoothFPV   Oct 13, 2019 

Thank you!

Ely   Oct 10, 2019  

Really nice TP3 build! What canopy?

Ikuiku   Oct 10, 2019 

Thanks! Here is the link to the canopy https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3745740

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