By mavericm1 on Oct 09, 2017

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bsmith0   Oct 11, 2017  

How's the AIO FC working so far? Do you happen to know what the proper current calibration is?

Airmaxx23   Oct 09, 2017  

That frame looks a lot like the Floss 2 but with the standoffs and arm bolts reversed.

mavericm1   Oct 09, 2017 

its quite a bit different imho has two standoffs in the back. The standoff's i'm using aren't the provided standoffs as they are much much shorter and were causing fitment issues with the stack and the way i had built everything. You can only fit a micro camera on this frame as far as i can tell as well but it does have a lot of influence from the floss.

Airmaxx23   Oct 09, 2017 

Take a look at the Floss 2, not the original Floss. Either way your build looks nice, I'm just saying the frame looks a lot like the Floss 2. I had to print some spacers to put on top of my standoffs to lift the top plate a few millimeters. No offense intended.

mavericm1   Oct 09, 2017 

None taken my mistake i didn't read thoroughly enough yeah they look very similar

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