Project Power 4" Naked Vista Nebula Toothpick

By Sub 250g FPV on Sep 03, 2020

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Using a Naked Caddx Vista Nebula on a 4” Toothpick frame it turned out at 139g AUW with a 4s 450mAh Battery
Here is the Maiden Flight Edit
This is the first Micro Quad in my Project Power Series
(More details to follow);-)

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RotorHead   Dec 23, 2020  
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Any issues from heat with your naked Vistas?

Sub 250g FPV   Dec 24, 2020 
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Of the five Caddx Vista's I've stripped I haven't had a single problem with over heating, just make sure you leave adequate space between the boards and the ESC/FC ;-)

QCumberCool   Oct 26, 2020  
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love the music!

Sub 250g FPV   Dec 24, 2020 

Thanks

saahbs   Oct 22, 2020  
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Nice build- I love the simple-X frames!

Q. What are your fast acro flight times with 3s and with 4s?

Sub 250g FPV   Oct 22, 2020 
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You can find some information here :- https://www.instagram.com/p/CEusNZOHF3t/

MTopp   Sep 16, 2020  
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A canopy from Phoenix3D would look killer on there. Still not sure whether to build something like this or something like Dave's MLR for medium-long range.

Sub 250g FPV   Sep 18, 2020 
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Have you seen my 4" LR Naked GoPro version :-

MTopp   Oct 02, 2020 

that does look decent except the limited cam protection and unibody. I might build a 3" GOA breeze and then some other 4 or 5" mid-long range freestyler type deal

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