3" Hellbender ultra lightweight BumpyFPV build

By moteasa on Jul 06, 2017

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Had most of these parts for a while so let friend and 3" build master BumpyFPV build it out. 120g without the lipo strap.

Clip from one of the first flights to see quality/FOV of the tiny 1.2g camera

https://www.youtube.com/watch?edit=vd&v=b-S_wVkF2Jg

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Rookrider   Jul 10, 2017  

You say ultra lightweight but you don't say how much it actually weighs?

moteasa   Jul 10, 2017 

Yeah, With that frame it may not be as light as some, but 120g without battery or lipo strap.

Rookrider   Jul 11, 2017 

Oh so not too bad then and I guess it is the frame holding you back

LawnDart   Jul 06, 2017  

Sound warning on that video. RIP ears.

I have the same frame. 3s or 4s? Are you running a custom motor mix to compensate for motor position?

moteasa   Jul 07, 2017 

4s but does ok on 3s too just cruising around. Realized I have the 4000kv on this one and edited part list. Also updated video with no audio.
Not running custom motor mix at this time.

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