MidKnight 220X

By TheLeprechaunPirate on Jun 11, 2017

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One of my sacrificial builds was having issues so I decided to put the motors on a frame and extra parts I had at the ready. I decided to use a lot of 3d printed pieces to help create a minimally unique look, and to make room for a top battery plus a session mount (at the cost of having to throw the battery back a little).

Update: Turns out top battery + session mount is very cumbersome to get right without using differently sized batteries. Opted for bottom mounted battery instead.



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