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The Baby Tooth setups deliver an eye opening ‘big quad’ experience in a small and nearly silent package.  The goal of this build is small, safe, simple and friendly with seriously fun performance from what seems like benign components.  By now the general formula of the big prop, low weight 1S build has been well recognized but some of the part offerings in the industry have been lacking in reliability, performance and ease of use.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...

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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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