I had another vision, and I’m very happy how it turned out! It was built more for aesthetics instead of actual flying, but it happens to actually fly great. I proudly present: the Tiny RS90™
Well its not really 90 anymore, I just downscaled the RS90 frame and make a couple of changes to allow for brushed 6mm motors. Dark editions to go with the black theme of coarse.
To mount the motors I cut the motor mounts out of an E010 frame and just pressed the mounts in there. Under the hood is a Scisky mounted CW270 with the motor wires soldered in a crisscross way to the ‘normal’ pads so no messing with custom motor mixes. This required a bit of thinking. FPV system is a quanum elite VTX (from the AIO) and the 600tvl bg cam. E010 black props with 2 blades mounted inverted to the ‘wrong’ motor (because they are upside down). It all fit like a glove, well except for the standoffs which required some work and the weight is only ~20 gram (-ish, my cheap Chinese scale is having mental issues)
*just measured and it’s an RS60 now. Looks just like it’s bigger brother! (not a coincidence)
The standoffs are little pieces of 2mm carbon tube cut to lenght. I wouldn’t use this again, because even though I planned to cut them cleanly and not get carbon fiber dust all over the place, there was no stopping it as I had to force them into the holes there is bound to be carbon fibers / dust on my fingers and it feels itchy. Not good. Don’t do it.
But I just love how it looks next to the RS90…