Super Whooper

By quadfather_fpv on Jan 24, 2017

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thumbtwiddler   Mar 03, 2017  

noice

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  
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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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