dijiwhoop 42g

By daich on Jul 06, 2022

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inspired by Dax and Nick Burns
The day I saw Nick's video, then watched Dax's build, I then built this that evening with spare parts I had.

42g surprised me. I was expecting more....with still some places I can shave off weight too! (motor plugs, trimming down wires and replacing some metal hardware)

anyone remember that ugly 3d print? I knew it had a purpose.
turns out it worked pretty well with a naked vista...its made for a micro camera though and offers no camera protection.

The HGLRC Aeolus whoop motor looks very well built, lets see how long it lasts. no top c-clip. Also, the 0802 is going to be working really hard, Time will tell how well it works, it's also the reason why this build is pretty light as a 1002 or 1102 will be heavier

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