Diatone Taycan 6s

By Simo_red-5 on May 17, 2020

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This is my second build but actually its the first of the 2 builds I've done thats flown. a few bounces off the walls so far
followed by some help from m490fpv and his kopis build info led to some successful indoor hover tests. still fine tuning the settings to thefeel i like from the sticks but definite progess im hoping will lead to some longer flights soon and finally using the skyzone 030s i bought.

I originally put a rush tank ultimate plus in this frame but decided to swap some components between the taycan and marmotte for better fit/placement.

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