Glob - 2" Brushless

By Complacent1 on Jul 30, 2017

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I decided to leave the top plate and standoffs out of the build to save grams. Ended up at 50.2g without battery. Very peppy.

Cam/vtx is zip tied to the frame between the two PCBs of the cam/vtx.

Props are modded to twin blades. I also put waxed dental floss through the props before mounting for a tighter grip.

I used a red JST since I think its lighter and good enough for 2S.

Clover was removed and replaced with a dipole from a ducky.

Running 380mAh to 500mAh LiHV. All run great.

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