Micro Reverb 4 inch

By bootbox on Dec 22, 2019

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I built this to fly in mid-size parks where a 5in would be a bit much.

This is my first build with an Impulse RC frame, it was really fun. They make an incredibly high quality product and it seems like they've thought of everything. I especially like the tiny files they included in case the carbon was too tight in places (they were not needed on mine but it was cool they were included). I'm also a big fan of the carbon camera mounts, TPU mounts for the cameras seem to create jello so the real carbon mounts are greatly appreciated.



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Atom_fpv   Jan 18, 2020  

whats the AUW? under 250g?

bootbox   Jan 30, 2020 

Never had it on a scale. I got the DJI goggles for myself for xmas and sold off all my analog quads/goggles etc so I no longer have this one to weigh. Based on past builds and the parts used in this one, you would need to stick to 650mAh 4s to keep this build under 250g. I'd guess 175g with no battery.

upioneer   Dec 27, 2019  

super clean build man

bootbox   Dec 27, 2019 

Thanks, appreciate it!

upioneer   Dec 27, 2019 

not a prob!

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