Micro Falcon

By QuadMcFly on Nov 17, 2017

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This is a rebuild of a micro quad I used last winter that I wasn't really happy with. I upgraded a few parts, swapped to lighter batteries, and ditched the 3d printed prop protector on the PikoOwl and it is a good deal lighter and more agile now, and it flies pretty great! It still struggles with prop-wash a bit, as the motors are a bit low torque for the prop size I'm using, but it's totally serviceable, especially for indoor flying. Currently it's right at 70g with battery.


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