Micro X68 - Brushless 2s Tiny-Whoop-ish

By nitram509 on Feb 02, 2019

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This little bad boy "Micro X68" is quite similar to the 66mm Rakonheli 2S Brushless Whoop (RKH 66).
Nevertheless, I'm using some different components and slightly bigger motors.
The 2s-battery mount I have to print on myself.

I rotated the flight controller by -90 degree, in order to always access the USB port.

After upgrading all firmware, this baby now flies with DSHOT600 and Betaflight 3.2.5

Very sweet little drone :-)



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