TitanBatHD

By Spacebat Mcbatterson on Jul 31, 2020

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this is my Titan XL 5HD. Used some Racelites in the prop guards and added the luckybox beeper and R9mm. printed all new parts in blue instead of green.

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Lukasnator7   28 days ago  

neat setup! I'm really interested in hearing your thoughts on the sw401 LEDs and the iflight racewire tubes. I got them too for my build and they fit in quite snuggly. I kinda fear that the heat dissipation won't work out in there. What are your experiences so far in this regard?
thanks a lot and happy flying!

Spacebat Mcbatterson   27 days ago 
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hey thanks, yeah these are actually tinysled racewire leds that i had left over, they were very tight, i actually had to sand the pcbs to get them to fit. they deff dont get warm enough to warrant any concerns

Lukasnator7   27 days ago 

thanks for the quick reply! so i guess i will do that too! definitely a clean look with.

RocketBurn   Sep 02, 2020  

What gopro mount are you using?

Spacebat Mcbatterson   Sep 03, 2020 

just one i modded a bit off thingiverse

RocketBurn   Sep 03, 2020 

It looks great, would you mind sharing the file, either the original or your remix?

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