|Jun 17, 2014, 04:18 AM|
Snap And Fly - brick / actuators
Has anybody looked into modifying the Snap and fly electronics into a scratch build? http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1257964
They look great. The transmitter as V-tail mixing, Elevon mixing as well as traditional 3 channel operation. They come with 3 batteries as well! I am not sure about the weight but These units look A LOT like Plantanco stuff... but its $20 cheaper and comes with 1 more battery than the standard plantranco starter packs.
Just wondering if anyone had info on weight and performance or actual experience in fitting one of these units into a small scratch build or peanut kit?
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