Waterproof ZMR 250

By lazd on Dec 24, 2015

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A ZMR 250 that ain't afraid of no little rain drops. Or snow flakes. Or puddles.

I decided that I couldn't let a few rain drops get in the way of my flying, so I bought some epoxy and some Corrosion-X and set out to waterproof my ZMR 250. I started by putting some clear heatshrink on my ESCs, depinned D4R-II, VTX, COB LED bar, and FPV camera, then used the epoxy to seal the ends. I added an IRLazd Screwball antenna (which is already sealed) then sprayed Corrosion-X on the FC, PDB, motor bearings, and XT60 connector. I strapped my waterproof GoPro Session to it and did a little rainy day freestyle for the maiden: rain maiden
Then I took it in the snowy forest the next day:
snowy forest



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Whiffles   Dec 25, 2015  

Wow, how many quads do you have?

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Whiffles   Dec 31, 2015 

How about you send your bench warmer over, whichever it might be. I'll give it some attention =D

lazd   Jan 08, 2016 

The only thing that warms the bench is the occasional ESC fire :)

Whiffles   Jan 09, 2016 

Hah! So which is your favorite?

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