Another 85mm NFE Silverware Whoop

By OptimaZe on Sep 02, 2021

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Another 85mm 8520 NFE Silverware Whoop. On this one I used the JJRC/RedPawz R010 FC flashed with Silverware firmware. I also installed motor plugs to make frame swaps, and motor changes quicker and easier.

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yohfpv   11 days ago  
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Neat. Show us what it flies like.

FlyingSharksFPV   14 days ago  
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How did you mount the board to the frame? Did you just use the front screw? and to follow up, what did you do on the backside where the battery connector and frame meet?

OptimaZe   13 days ago 
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Yep the front screw and then the back of the board sits perfectly between the ducts after the stock connector is removed and a pigtail is soldered on to replace it.

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