Mobilite7 fighter

By flarx on Jan 21, 2021

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This is a conversion of a Mobula6 to the Mob7 V2 Frame. Around the same weight like the Moblite7, but with 4 blade props, Mobula6 Motors and BT2.0 connectors.
Setup:
Betaflight 4.2.6 with RPM-Filter
JazzMav 16.9 BLHeli-M 48khz
Redpine RX protocol
Flight time around 4mins cruising with 1s 300mah (only loaded to 4.2V)
Great indoor trainer. I didn't already manage to break the first frame (i crash often and hard).
The HQ Props are very nice but also very weak. I need a lot of spares. Will test two blades in the future as i cut two blades out of the broken ones.
You need to cut out the frame in front and rear for usb-port and cam mount.
Also there are cuts needed for the motor wires in the ducts and one for the vtx connector.
Have fun!

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Nikotttin   Jan 24, 2021  

Mine is exactly 1g heavier. I guess that's what 3 zipties and 2 screws are 😜
Nice build!

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