Pink Toothpick Panther

By kiwi Quad on Oct 29, 2019

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123grams of fun. This quad rips, I'm really impressed with the performance.

These toothpick / twig type builds are so much fun.

Flying a 5inch is limited & attracts attention. I can fly the Pinkpather at parks / playgrounds and it doesn’t draw to much attention

Its heavy for a toothpick class. I'm rocking a 20x20 stack, so could safe some weight with a 16x16 stack. But had the stack, motors & receiver in the spares draw.

Picked up the Frame, TBS nano VTX & Runcam nano2 Cam and built some magic.

Running it on 450mah / 3s iflight batteries. Getting around 3.30min of pretty hard freestyle.

The HQ T3x2 props are great, really efficient & durable.

Time to stop typing and back to flying....

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