DamFast Toothpick

By SeeWell on Nov 08, 2019

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Just need to secure the receiver antennas (ran out of zip ties!!) and do some more tuning. AUW is 80g with GNB 450 mah 2S.

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togami   Nov 18, 2019  

I purchased this frame too. I have a question, did you secure the two parts together using the long screws and locking nuts or did you secure all of it down after installing the FC etc?

SeeWell   Nov 18, 2019 
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I used a combination to make the rubber grommets for the FC level. Two long screws on the sides, long screw in the front , short screw in the back. Then put lock nuts on all 4 to make the rest of the build easy. From there I just added an extra spacer on the front to level the FC. I can take a couple close ups of build layout this evening to show where I put the receiver and vtx as well. It ended up being a very tidy build.

togami   Nov 20, 2019 

Thanks!

SeeWell   Nov 20, 2019 

I love these frames, building up a 2nd tonight with a completely different parts list and 3" props. We got snow yesterday so I may have to wait a bit for some outdoor flying :)

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