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"Ultralites, the new breed"
The Primo, was designed to take the current 1S, and 2S EVEN 3S Brushless whoops guts, and plant them into a frame that pushes the limits of micro FPV. Designed to make the swap as simple and seamless as possible. I wanted something that could be swapped over in a matter of minutes, with no soldering required. The battery mounts are quick swappable, with 1 M2 screw. Swap from 1S to 2S, to 3S in seconds. Frames are stout, at 2mm's thick. However, as tough as the primo is, it's not indestructible, so replacement frames will be available separately. Each kit will include all hardware needed for a brushless whoop swap. Just add your Brushless whoop guts. Supports 16X16 stacks. Available in 080X and 110X flavors.
An Insane weight of 10.3 Grams! (Including battery mount, and camera mount)
Primo 080X Frame
Latest set of Gemfan 65mm Props (1.5mm Hub)
Jelly FC Mount
EOS2 Camera mount
AIO Camera mount
1S EZ swap mount (450mAh GNB -)
2S Stick pack EZ swap mount (230mah-333mah 1S)
Adjustable Large EZ swap mount (2S/3S)
Eachine Red Devil
080X, 070X, 060X, HappyModel 1102/1103 Motors
UPDATES and NOTES:
The Primo Canopy supports the Runcam Racer Nano, Runcam Nano 2 EOS2, and MOST AIO 25mw cameras, such as the Mobula 7/ SailFlyX AIO cameras. (Adapters for the EOS2 and AIO Camera is included in the kit)
Available separately, are the Runcam Racer nano, and Nano 2 adapters.
If using the older Betafpv double stacks, OR 16x16 stacks, you'll have to raise the canopy higher to allow for clearance. M2 standoffs work perfectly.
Does not support Amax 1103 Motors.
Motor wire extensions available as an add on for betafpv motors, and or motors with shorter leads.
Trashcan Whoop style VTX adapter sold separately.
Have your stack bound to your radio, before the transplant.
The latest Crazybee F4 Pro V2.1 boards include a new VTX connector. This connector is to large to fit properly on the Primo when laying face down (as was designed to) A solution would be to remove the plug entirely, and direct solder the camera/vtx.