Veryon big whoop

By daich on Oct 16, 2020

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My first cinewhoop and probably last as I'm not really interested in them. This was a BNF digital 6s version which I got for a great deal. I bought it for the vista.
I decided to build it out with some spare analog stuff I had. The only original parts are the frame and the motors.

Looks like the main plate is a newer version than any I can see online as it fits 30x30, 25.5x25.5, 20x20 and 16x16 flight controllers!
Because of that, I had a spare whoop style FC thet I used here. Unfortunately it only supports up to 4s and the motors are designed for 6s. At least it should get me longer flights and hopefully enough juice to cruise around with a gopro.

hovered fine indoors, man these things are so loud! even without a gopro...



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