Minicockroach 110mm 65mm Toothpick

By ahlod on Nov 26, 2019

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Ultra light micro FPV quads has been around 3 years ago but electronics was very limited back then. Now, we have the new "toothpick" class which is basically the same concept as before but with better and lighter components and they are cheap too! It's definitely a good time to build an ultra light micro.

The frame I used here is probably the cheapest 2.5mm thick carbon one I found. The FC came from my mobula 7HD and all the rest are brand new.
I'm really impressed with these amaxinno 1103 motors, very smooth and punchy. They are almost the same flight characteristic as the betafpv 1103 but I like this one better.

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StickyRice   11 days ago  
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nice touch on the LEDs!! looks sweeet

ahlod   10 days ago 
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thank man, I love them but it's pita to solder LOL

StickyRice   9 days ago 

ikr!! these things are fun to fly but them sodler pads are tinyyyy

tonnyken   11 days ago  

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