Pusher 66 Concept

By quad66 on Mar 01, 2020

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Concept build using the Newbeedrone BeeBrain Brushless with a Pusher Top-Mount Mod and Zip-Tie Canopy to finish it off. Note that the BBBL AIO FC is heavy and not what I would recommend for a dedicated 1S build. The Hummingbird, BetaFPV, and Crazybee 1S boards would all be better options from the weight perspective. Also, using the BBBL the 18000kv Gold motors are underpowered and the 20000kv plaid would likely do better but you definitely need good batteries. I highly recommend the Project Mockingbird 48kz RPM filter setup. It made a world of difference in how this thing flew compared to stock.

This build was inspired by a SpeziLover post on RC Groups.

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StuntMonkeh   Mar 02, 2020  

Really like the fact you spent some time in the video to explain the decision making and thinking behind this build.

I'd had a similar thought about using zip ties for camera mounts. The plastic is really durable.

quad66   Mar 02, 2020 

Thanks for checking out the video. I try to make them useful to other people out there that are designing builds that cant be found off the shelf. Nylon zip ties are amazing for how strong light and cheap they are. I'm not sure how far the cincept can be pushed but its scaled well from whoop through 3 inch.

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