AOS 7 Evo Mamba

By truckz on Jun 09, 2024

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This is my first 7-inch build. I wanted to give Chris Rosser's frame and tune a try so, I got this AOS 7 Evo frame. My only criticism of the frame is the top plate SMA mount holes that if used, don't allow bigger (wide) battery. Using a TPU part to fix the SMA connectors to the frame at the standoffs makes more sense to me (thingiverse.com/thing:5605112). My chosen GPS module did not fit into any of the 3D prints I could find, so I had to do a remix to fit the frame and gps. Otherwise, very easy build. The frame has lots of room to work with. The all up weight: 1.45kg (GoPro 12, 6s2p 18650 pack)

On the maiden flight, I was blown away by how smooth and fast it is. The AOS 7 PID tune and filters supplied by Chris are perfect. I'm very impressed with the frame and overall build.

Here's a quick video of the 2nd flight:

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