By Furadi on Apr 21, 2021

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Decided to build a cinewhoop as I've been dabbling with some commercial work.

I went with an FPV cycle Cinesplore because I liked the way it's designed around the caddx vista and well Bob seems to know his stuff. It's built to his recommended spec for 4s.

It's weighing in right at 557g with a Hero 9 and performance is pretty surprising. It has more pop than I expected and the low speed stability is super fun to play with.

Here's tune check flight with no Hypersmooth. I wanted to get it dialed in before playing with Stab.

The following day I took it to an indoor RC race. This is with Hypersmooth without boost.



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okeydokey   Apr 27, 2021  

Did you print the ducts yourself? fpvcycle has really good stuff but they are always sold out.

Furadi   Apr 29, 2021 

I didn't, I ordered them from fpvcycle. I think they went out of stock right after that.

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