MicroHulk (The Green Whoop)

By QuadMcFly on Nov 20, 2017

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Built up a whoop on a frame from RCThunderQuads. Very pleased with the build! It's very stiff, and has been super durable for the last couple weeks bashing it around the house. I used a FC with an OSD and managed to get the virtual current sensor working extremely well, so even though it has no on board current sensor it still is very useful for knowing when to land, especially when combined with the voltage readout. The goal of the build was to get a Whoop that worked with my QX 7 rather than the Spektrum whoop I currently had. Overall I'd say it was a resounding success!

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