OG's 2s "Zombiebrain"

By Infinity Loops on Jan 19, 2021

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So this little 2s, 65mm ripper is one of my favorite whoops to freestyle! With this particular motor and prop combination, I get a lot of top end power with a tamer, smoother low end, which makes it a ton of fun for big tricks over trees and other objects!

One thing to note with this setup, is you need to be careful about how you position the Receiver antennas, as they are a soft thin material that can be easily cut off by a propeller. Its recommended to run one along the top side and one along the bottom side of the flight controller and secure with a small dab of hot glue/epoxy.

Be sure to check out the well documented struggles of this brave little whoop's life!



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GrannyG   Jan 19, 2021  

This is a super creative build, what kind of flight times are you seeing with this? Anything crazy with the tune?

Infinity Loops   Jan 19, 2021 

Thanks! Flight times are usually 3 to 3:30, depending on how hard I'm pushing it. I'll have a screenshot with the PIDs posted on here tomorrow. It was some random 2s tune that I found on the NewBeeDrone Facebook group, just tweaked a little.

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