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Old Sep 30, 2012, 05:27 PM
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Man I'm not going to have time to upload pics of the yaw mechanism sry guys I've been super busy getting ready to leave for 23 days. The FPVDM is a FPV purpose built tri. Everything about the design was for FPV. It can still be flown as a sport tri and honestly I think it would be better than other frames just because its much stronger. Yes it's more expensive than a fpvmanuals frame initially but after your 1st crash with the fpvmanuals frame you'll be kicking yourself because that frame breaks in every crash soft or hard. The FPVDM I have crashed hard multiple times throughout its testing period. The only thing I've broken was a boom. Simply because once the front arms hit the zip tie snaps and the arms fold back which helps save everything from a hard hit. Also the motors have cages around them so the motors never get damaged. The yaw mechanism is very neatly and tightly compact which doesn't leave a lot of room for anything to go wrong or break.
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