Red 'n' Green Chili

By FLOpv on Apr 18, 2017

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Getting into FPV and decided to go mini first.It is the cheaper route plus a good way to get into it. For as generic as it is this thing zips with the new motors. No need to solder so very easy installment. The antenna on the camera was a pain and fell off multiple times so had to break into the ol' duct tape stash and reinforce the solder point. Holding up very well even during full throttle crashes. Ended up trimming up the props and can definitely tell there is more power to the bi-prop instead of the traditional four. Could have gone cheaper for the price now knowing different part selection but I am pleased with the finished product.



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