By TW1NSCR3W FPV on Jan 30, 2020

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DISCLAIMER: None of these pictures are accurate anymore. This was my first ever frame and it has become a harley quinn meets frankenstein mash up of parts.

I reused the frame from my first build, and used leftover parts i had to put this together.
Honestly I loved putting this one together because I felt a lot more confident in my soldering skills. I tucked the wires betters , and it was the first time i dealt with individual ESCs and a PDB.
I had an issue on first arming. Long story short I re-soldered a signal wire, changed out a bad/weak motor, re-flashed all the ESCs, and adjusted my endpoints on Cleanflight.
The only part left to add is a camera.

So i put a Foxeer monster micro on that i had lying around, and a friend gave me some off brand 200mw vtx. The feed is crystal clear and has decent range on it.



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