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Thread: SPANKY - Mini FPV Quadcopter Frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by BravoGolf View Post
    None to my knowledge, although my knowledge is very limited and I could veryy well be wrong. But MRSS had some 22xx series CCW/CW adapters but I'm not sure they are for this motor as well. Was going to contact him and find out.

    In the meantime I have some m5 alloy nylok nuts coming in to test out.

    BTW: Sneak peak of my build.

    I Just picked up a Spanky and I'm waiting for better ESC's. Spanky is sporting 5x3 Gemfan Carbon props from MRSS, a boscam 5.8 with IBC stubby 5.8, not shown are the DTF UHF 6Ch Rx with whisker antenna from RMRC, Pz0420, and the obligatory Mobius. The battery shown is a Gens Ace 13003S but will try a variety of battery's. Red alloy standoffs are for another project but I just had to see what they looked like. I believe they are 24 grams each vs. 3 grams each for the black nylon stand offs that will ultimately replace these. Vibration dampner/isolator/bobbins are black and slightly taller than the clear stock ones and came from an NEFPV group by I was lucky enough to stumble into. These taller bobbins allow for greater clearance for the the pdb and wires going to it. All white stand offs were replace with black stand offs I had on hand. Oh and finally the printed PZ0420 enclosure is compliments of MochaBoy! And yes, its on sideways and missing the front fairing.

    Nice! I've got some of the same red spacers on mine, but I used black nylon screws so there's a weak point to break first. I figured I can pick up a back of 100 screws for a few bucks, much cheaper than replacing standoffs... lol I've yet to break either one though. These minis will take a beating!



    You can see I modified my top plate too, so I can put the battery on top and keep it relatively low, and have a nice place to tuck my UHF receiver below.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonasdromberg View Post
    Thanks for the the link.. finnaly new motor on the way..
    I just cleaned them out. Thanks for the link buddy.

    Guess I'll build another mini now lol

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    Where is the build guide for the spanky. Can't find it anywhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie.cutter View Post
    Where is the build guide for the spanky. Can't find it anywhere?
    Don't even know if there is one. It's super simple though, and I can't see what you'd even need instructions for. Do you already have yours? Need some help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jjjkkklll View Post
    Don't even know if there is one. It's super simple though, and I can't see what you'd even need instructions for. Do you already have yours? Need some help?
    Do you use small nylon stand offs to mount power distribution board or just screw straight to bottom board?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie.cutter View Post
    Do you use small nylon stand offs to mount power distribution board or just screw straight to bottom board?
    No, those are used to mount the flight controller. It's designed for a naze32 or cc3d size.

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    I have two lots though, one lot slightly longer than others

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    I used m5x6mm female to male standoffs, male stud through frame with m3 nut and m3 screw through board into female end of standoff, because I had them on hand.
    ~BG

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    Ok thanks, next question. Is it normal for all pos and neg terminals to bell out when esc's are soldered to board?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie.cutter View Post
    Where is the build guide for the spanky. Can't find it anywhere?
    Hi, I haven't made a formal one, mainly because of the lack of complexity of the frame build. Put your flight controller on the clean plate, and mount the power distro on the dirty plate with your ESC and motors. Then put standoffs on the clean section, attach clean to the dirty plate, then screw on the top plate. That's it!

    I will be building a Spanky from the ground up tomorrow(unless the ESC arrive today!). I will take pictures and post them.
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    When you're outraged at chatch, please don't quote his bullshit.

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