Tadpole AIO Whoop FC

By dadougler on Feb 20, 2020

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AUW 104g

My smallest and easiest build yet. I will have to do the maiden tomorrow.

I have some HQprops 2.5x2.5x3 I will want to test out, and I have some Avan Rush 2.5 that I usually use for my Tinyhawk Freestyle. I also have a 520mAh 3S and some 450mAh 2S to try out. I don't think the motors will handle 4s but the FC would.

Mounting the AIO whoop board with it's vtx was not easy. I have the whoop board adapter for this frame but the vtx would need to be under the FC and it didn't work well. I saw several other builds ditch the adapter and only mount the FC with 2 screws and some vhb to help keep everything from wiggling. I have a TBS unify nano but I want to use that in a different build. Also I don't find soldering the tiny pads very fun so the VTX is nice that it sockets into the FC. This vtx looks like it was desiged to have a plug on the board for the cam but they didn't add the plug for some reason.



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Daios   17 days ago  

With your motor setup and the props that you tried, how did it perform on 3s? what are your flight times?

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