MayDay P-Nut

By Pete_Air on May 15, 2020

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Didn't need to build another quad, but couldn't help it with this sheltering in place. However, now that it's built, I take this little ripper out every time I go fly!
Decided to set up a toothpick...ish micro. It's not quite a toothpick, but it is really small, quiet, and fairly light. Ended up with 78 grams AUW with 350 mah 2s battery.
The frame was designed with a stretched "X" and a bit more beefier to smash into race gates. It still handles great for the extra weight and accessories I added to it!
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First time working with a 16 x16 stack. It came with everything and it was super easy to set up with minimal soldering. Designed an antenna mount for the back and the entire stack fit very tidy.
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Slapped on some gold 1103 motors for some bling, and added Tiny whoop LED's at the end of arms that are protected by tiny arm guards for when it goes down on concrete.
This thing is so quiet, fast, and nimble to fly, it's a blast! Best thing about it...... is U can fly just about anywhere, cuz no one gives a shit about it!
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WizzX   May 17, 2020  

nice and clean

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