By Tramol on Jan 07, 2020

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I've been wanting a brushless whoop for a while and picked up the Newbeedrone brushless beta version. I was pretty dissapointed in it since the battery life was pretty bad with the high kv motors that it came with. So I cannibalized some parts from that to build this. I went with the 350mah 1s for flight time and because they have a "dangly" lead on them which made it easy to switch to the bt2.0 connector. It's not the lightest 65mm build out there but so far it flies really well, looking forward to try project mockingbird on it and emuflight.



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