Mid-range Project399 Super G Plus

By cjdavies on Aug 08, 2020

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I built my first 7" quad back in February 2018, then bought this frame in January 2019 to do a rebuild/transplant. Fast forward to August 2020 & I actually got round to finishing it, to discover that 7" now flies a lot better than it used to!

First Betaflight quad with a GPS, gotta say I'm quite liking it. I gave up trying to mount the receiver antenna vertically in a position that wouldn't get in the way every single time I swap a battery.

Motors are the original T-Motor F80 1900kv 2408 (eg not the current generation F80 Pro). Let us enter legacy products Whiffles pls -_-

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