By Rotorenpilot on Jul 16, 2024

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Just another tiny whoop...kinda trying to check out the differences between 65mm and 75mm.

This thing was pretty much just plug and play. The only thing soldered is the VTx, which took like 2 min and most of that was squeezing it into place.

As far as the flight performance is concerned I'm now really sure yet. Indoors it performs very similar to my 65mm build, but I do admit I have a hard time doing snap rolls indoors. Outdoors no problem, easy peasy. Snap rolls, power loops and split S all come fairly snappy...feeling still like less power than a 5 inch, but maybe I just need to crank up my rates...we'll see.

Weighs a ton more than the 65mm build, but flies very similar, actually feeling a bit more steady and less twitchy.

I'm considering switching the canopy, as the BetaFlight one strikes me as rather...yeah...but let's see. I'm really more interested in how this performs outdoors.


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Rice_Bowl   1 day ago  

very interested on how you reached 26g - was that mostly the 1002 motors?

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