2S, 2.5 inch toothpick

By KristofFPV on Jul 08, 2021

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My goal was to build a strong, simple and cheap toothpick for freestyle park flying. I used spare parts that I had at hand.
The result is a simple and durable 2.5 inch 2S toothpick.
Built on a frame and canopy from LarvaX. Weight 49.2 g. The flight controller is CrazybeeX F4 V2.2 5in1 AIO 5 Amp. 1103 7000kV motors, reduced to 90% (6300kV) to increase throttle resolution. Flyes on 2S, 300-650mah batteries.
It doesn't fly too fast, but it is well-balanced and balanced to powerfully calm and silent, freestyle flight through the parks.

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OptimaZe   22 days ago  

Cool build! Micro park flyers and Whoops are my favorite to fly these days.

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