Armattan Rooster 6" 5s/6s capable - by 1337flite

By 1337flite on Jan 27, 2018

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Armattan Rooster 6"
Love the space in the frame - seems like way more space for parts than in the Chameleon.
Intend to fly this on 5s/6s waiting for 5s batteries to arrive. It's a bit sluggish on 4s.
Not sure how the Immortal T will go when I put the GoPro on - hoping it won't interfere with the video, but my GoPro is being warranteed at the moment so I can't test.

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phaserfpv   Mar 23, 2018  

Nice build. Check out immortal mount we make which would clean up your front :) - https://www.phaserfpv.com.au/products/roosterimmortaltandvtxholder

obscuriosity   Jan 29, 2018  
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Maybe something like this from www.brain3d.co could help sort out your Immortal T mounting: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1609/4203/products/IMG_5837_1024x1024_6b4de739-0a18-40d6-b5cb-d8a0b3c94f0a_600x600.jpg

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