Super Whooper

By quadfather_fpv on Jan 24, 2017

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thumbtwiddler   Mar 03, 2017  


adroc   Jan 31, 2017  

You have 16 motors in your build :)

quadfather_fpv   Jan 31, 2017 

frickin rotor builds. ill fix that

d3c0de   Jan 28, 2017  

I've done basically the same build. 250mAh HV batt and insane motors on an E010 frame, but with a Beecore instead. I recommend carefully bending back the antenna like I did. I also put a little dab of hot glue to keep it from taking direct contact when it lands on its head. Has lasted me a ton of crashes doing it this way, and reception seems the same. I also trimmed the back of the canopy off to save about a half a gram.

quadfather_fpv   Jan 30, 2017 

I eneded up actually resoldering it so that it sat inside the canopy.

Dwall   Jan 25, 2017  

Not sure if you noticed but the motors come in a set!!! looks awesome though!

quadfather_fpv   Jan 26, 2017 

rotor builds did that. whoops

Dwall   Jan 26, 2017 

I see what you did there lol

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