GOA Breeze - 3" HD Ultralight w/ Naked Caddx Vista + Crossfire 💨🌴

By alwaysbless on May 12, 2021

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A Top/Bottom Mount 3" HD Ultralight thats super easy to build. Dry weight for mine is @ 74G and I'm getting about 4m a pack w/ 520mah 3S lipos. Mix and matching different components is totally fine but see build notes below for my personal suggestions.

Purchase Frame @ http://cncdrones.com/GOA-Breeze-3-inch-HDAnalog-racing-frame_p_1034.html

Build Notes:

1) Caddx Vista De-casing @ www.youtube.com/watch?v=e--SYUSe1Rw
2) Any whoop FC will work w/ this build but I think the BetaFPV model is the best because it F405, 32bit and offers Plug & Play connectors for Digi VTX and RX
3) With smaller 120x - 130x motors I prefer 2mm bottom plate thickness for weight savings
4) 25mm mounting holes on the naked vista PCBs are only M1.8 so in order to mount correctly w/ M2 hardware I had to hand drill using a 2mm bit (See Misc Parts)
5) Spaced Vista boards using Nylon M2 bolts (x8) but any M2 4mm+ spacer/standoff/grommet can be subsituted

Updates:

1) AMAX 1303 motors have proven to be very delicate. After burning through a few Ive decided to swap em out w RCinpower 1204 5000kv which are a bit heavier but MUCH more durable and also allow a better selection of props
2) Upgraded Cam from Nebula V2 Nano to Nebula Nano Pro (MUCH better image quality and similiar weight)
3) Removed the rear 3D printed antenna mount and swapped front cam mount out for lighter standoff mounts to compensate for extra weight from the heavier motors

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