Byte whoop

By okeydokey on Feb 25, 2021

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Uber janky build using left over parts from BetaFPV 85X . Wanted to use the new Fat Shark Shark Byte system on a an indoor whoop and this is what I came up with. As some point I will 3D print a cover to help protect the wire. I purchased some M2 gummies from Amazon and cut them in half to suspend the VTX board above the FC. Always run fport but looking at express LRS.

Update: Too much Jello from the front mount so I 3D printed the canopy and rebuilt it for a better feed.

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