Tiny Hawk with Talons

By Mountainlovingsurfer on Jan 15, 2021

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Tiny Hawk Frame running a Vista with a Tiny Talon F7 flight controller .
A custom carbon part fitted at the back to mount the Vista Antenna plus the XT30 / Capacitor .



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BaTTaN   30 days ago  

Nice THFS! I was running a mamba 12a AIO with NBD Flow 1202 motors. Ended up going through two bottom plates before moving to Microheli's THFS frame. Theirs is much better as it allows you to mount darn near anything in it.

Melvis   Jan 28, 2021  

Wow, well done. You don't see too many if any 2 1/2 inch builds, let alone on a Tinyhawk 2 FS.

Loser32p   Jan 16, 2021  

where did you find the adapters to mount the 16x16 stack? Id like to make an analog version.

Mountainlovingsurfer   Jan 16, 2021 

Hello 32p , when you say adapters for the stack I didnt use any , I just used the frame of the Tiny Hawk with extra holes just a few mm in front of the rear standoff post holes which are also 16 mm apart .
then placed bolts just in the corner of that section of frame and in said holes 👍

Loser32p   Jan 16, 2021 

very interesting. how does it fly? i imagine the extra weight gives it some heft to throw around.

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