2S toothpick park flyer

By KristofFPV on Jun 28, 2020

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I finally built my own toothpick. It was supposed to be cheap, so I put it together with cheap parts that I had on hand. Board Crazybee F4 V2.0, Flysky version. Happymodel 1102 8500 kV motors. Eachine TX06 camera with 25mW power. The frame comes from Happymodel Sailfly, and the canopy from Happymodel Larva X. I fly on 2S batteries, 260-300 mAh.
Board Crazybe V.2.0 comes from Mobula 7. As you can see in the pictures in my project, it was placed upside down, so I had to reverse the accelerometer orientation in BF and change the mapping of the engines from left to right.
Weight about 35 g. Fast, agile and responsive. A nice park flyer :)

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