AirBladeUAV Intrepid 7in DJI

By AlderBoyFPV on Feb 07, 2020

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Its like the Intrepid Frame was built for DJI HD FPV! Super easy build, doesn't even need TPU parts to secure the DJI Air Unit or antennas. Double sided tape on the bottom of the Air Unit, route the LiPo lead over the top of the Air Unit and out the side or back. That way the top plate puts just the right amount of pressure on the LiPo lead to hold the Air Unit even more firmly in place with the double sided tape on the bottom.

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SugarGreg   Mar 18, 2020  

nice low stack trying to do the same with a Source One. Loving the succex F7 flies

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