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    The popularity of the TP3 and entire Toothpick-style class is truly gratifying to see.  The following is the genuine TP3 formula but of course this is only a recommendation.  You can build however you like as there are many options in this area today.TP3 frame or Babytooth frame in 3mm thickness1303 5000kvGemfan 3018 or Gemfan 3016450mah 3S4S 30A AIO boardBee Brain V2 canopyCaddx Ant Lite 4:3Nano VtxCrossfire RxMiniMortal T V2 Should come out to about ~103g AUW.  The option between TP3 or Babytooth is moreso a personal preference between unibody or multi-part frame designs.  The multi-part design tends...

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The Baby Tooth setups delivers a jaw dropping ‘big quad’ experience in a small, nearly silent package.  The goal of this quad is maximum performance in a small, safe, simple and hassle free package.We’ve been absolutely fascinated with the 1S high performance setups for quite some time now.  The following may seem simple and obvious but it reflects years of research, testing, refinement and custom designed components for the task.  Unfortunately this is also a cookbook for other brands to rip off our work but we’re more concerned about sharing the joy of all this.  The only way we exist...

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This goal of this design is to be lightweight, modular, cost effective, convenient and provide a high level of flight performance given it’s a cinewhoop.  While the frame is not weak for a cinewhoop, notice how ‘durable’ is not one of the primary goals here.  This is because in order to make a cinewhoop durable, a lot of weight needs to be added all over it which significantly impacts flight performance.  The duct options we offer for it so far are also not heavy.  They are designed for improved flight performance, not for resilience to smashing into things.  Sure the whole setup can take bumps and small falls no problem, but it’s not a basher.

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This particular setup is a bit of a treat.  It performs remarkably well, it has no issues carrying a GoPro Session, is about as fast as the 4” variation on 4S, is easy to tune and an overall joy to fly.  It’s quite impressive how much performance can come from such a small 3S 1100mah pack.  The downside is that the frame is primarily intended for 4” so the arms are longer which makes them more susceptible to fracture in crashes.

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