The Storm

By Konchi on Jun 03, 2017

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This build was inspired by the DYS Storm motors, although i wanted to use this very specific frame, this frame is so thin that it is lower than the height of the motors, therefore i was forced to use an all in one board, so that it all could fit, i then wrapped the motor wires in lovely purple cable sleeving (or as my friend calls them "fish-net stockings"). i used heat-shrink to seal the ends and soldered the ends to my board, then it was just a simple matter of adding FPV and tidying the wires, overall i couldn't be happier i think it is a super sexy build.

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Croops   Aug 10, 2017  

Seriously considering trying the Racerstar StarF4 for my next build.

How do you find it?

Konchi   Aug 10, 2017 

It's not bad and it performs fine but the layout is a little weird and some of the pads are in weird places and i had a problem connecting my RX but I found a solution in this link: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2872247-Racerstar-TattooF4S-Star-F3S-StarF4-StarF4S-50-AIO-FC-BF-OSD-30A-ESC-PDB-BEC (It's right at the bottom of the first page). I mean it's still working and it's been my main quad for the past few months so I think it's solid. Good luck with your build!

t3rminal   Jul 16, 2017  

How do you find the HobbyRC battery?

Konchi   Aug 09, 2017 

They're pretty good not the best but they work great and so far they are holding up well.

trif55   Jun 09, 2017  

Wow, the AIO boards are definitely the way to go! looks awesome! how much does it weigh?

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