Babytooth 2S topmount 2.5“

By Samw85 on Dec 07, 2019

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Wanted to try the Babytooth frame as a top mounted 65mm/2.5" prop frame.
Build was tight but manageable. Only thing I had to do was to rotate the FC 90deg due to cable management(especially from camera to the pads)
Build came out pretty clean, I especially like race antenna mount that came with the frame.
What I havent figured out yet is the best way to manage the lipo cables in the back.

For now I'm flying it 2S, which seems plenty for freestyle sessions.
It does feel slightly different to my other toothpicks. Don't know it it's really the top mounted battery and COG or the camera position.
Anyway I'm liking it!

Weight: 58g dry, 77g with 350mAh 2S



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Jodie Froster   Dec 08, 2019  

What is this voodoo top plate mounting hardware you got goin' here!?! Do you just not have the big threaded washer lookin' thingies on it, or do you have some kind of press nut/screw thru it all coming up from the bottom jazz happnin'?

Samw85   Dec 08, 2019 

they are press nuts, but I mounted the plate upside down to get a bit more clearance. below that are just regular metal spacers. since the whole thing is so light, so far the press nuts have stayed in without any problem.

StickyRice   Dec 11, 2019 

"bottom jazz happnin" good sir you have made my day ahhaha

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