Bumblebee 4S

By M490fpv on Mar 17, 2020

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Built this 4S Bumblebee to my friend.
It rocks iFlight F7 HD fc and 4in1 40A esc.
Really simple build, since only esc wires are needed to solder.
Printed some lovely clothes to her of Sainsmart green tpu.
GoPro Hero 8 mount (10 degrees): https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4225403
Cam cage, different duct designs and antenna holders: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4105886

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Part List

Frame

Iflight BumbleBee HD V2 CineWhoop Frame (4 builds)
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Flight Controller

Iflight SucceX-D Mini F7 TwinG Stack (Mini F7+40A ESC)
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Motors

4 x Moteur Brushless Emax RS1606 - 3300Kv (3 builds)
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Propellers

GEMFAN Squirt Props 75mm (6 builds)
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FPV Transmitter

Unité aérienne DJI FPV (120 builds)
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Antenna

Antennes RP-SMA pour unité aérienne DJI FPV (2pces) (5 builds)
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Impavidus   Mar 17, 2020  
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Looks good! I'm glad there are files our there for 3D prints. I plan to build a blacked out version. Do you ever use the SD card slot on the air unit? How did you mount the air unit? Doesn't look easy to get to.

M490fpv   Mar 25, 2020 

Hello,
Thank you! I use the SD card slot, card can be removed and inserted without disassembly but it is a pita on this frame. Air unit is mounted the standard way to this, just sitting on the slot, that is carved to duct foam.

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