Alpha lite

By Doctor_fpv on Jan 10, 2018

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alpha with 20x20 stack and 2305 motors, top mount battery hoping to be around 220

well it ended up being about 234.6 anyway it was a real smooth build and the escs hold up really well. cant figure out the current sensor thought so i wouldn't suggest this fc. gonna try the v3 or maybe the hobbywing one.

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crepitus   Jan 13, 2018  

very cool and nice weight. I know you know what youre doing but recommend soldering your cap to the battery pads via some 20g wire because those little dinko cap legs are meant for direct solder to board where their high resistance doesn't matter.

Xudus   Jan 10, 2018  

Hmm. Nice parts list. Pic isn't of a floss though.

Doctor_fpv   Jan 10, 2018 

oh yeah i forgot i got rid of that thing. i changed it.

Booda3000   Jan 10, 2018  

Awesome build. If you shave 8 grams off, you'll be under 1/2 a pound.

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