By BUDLoNG on Jan 14, 2021

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I love the plastic used on the 65mm cockroach and was expecting the same for the 75mm. It's not :( This plastic seems very brittle, but I crashed pretty hard onto concrete and it didnt crack [yet]..

The fc and vtx are very close so i made a little tape barrier to prevent any shorts if the boards should touch. I did have to remove the center strut to allow for my fc and vtx combo to fit. Since this frame comes with a carbon fiber brace it shouldn't be too big of an issue structurally.
rx sits nicely in front of the vtx. I added a cam plug this time so i dont need to cut my cam wires and can easily swap out without soldering. worth the extra bit of weight. I gave up on soldering motors.. unless i have to its not worth the hassle.
beeper added :)
Instead of hex bolts, i used the tiny plastic screws this time. Im working on a smaller strap.
This canopy doesnt do much but hold the camera in place. A better protecting canopy is in the near future

A note about this particular FC...
I had issues with gettng the vtx tab working in betaflight... i fixed it but quickly forgot how I did it thinking it was just a one off issue. I bought a second fc and it had the same issue. The firmware its shipped with is the issue. I update to the latest geprc f411 fw and issues are gone :)



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Diab0lik808   Mar 31, 2021  

46g with battery? Not bad for full range capabilities! This

BUDLoNG   Mar 31, 2021 

46g with no battery

DrewFPV   Jan 15, 2021  

I have one of those frames and it seems pretty durable

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