The XuGong v2 Pro is roughly the same same size as the TBS Discovery but quickly folds to backpack size
That little party trick makes it ideal for travel and hiking (I had seriously considered buying a Discovery until I saw a folded XuGong.)
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// Chapter List //
1:30 Modding the Case
3:06 Step Drill
3:39 Barrel Connector and Resettable Fuse
5:16 Getting Power From the TX PCB
5:52 Making the Power Lead
7:11 Monitor Mounting Hardware
7:49 Attaching the Monitor and RX
8:20 Folding Monitor Sunshade
10:02 The Finished Conversion
// Overview //
This video contains the highlights of that build including some construction tips, my impressions, and the very first flight.
To save time I omitted portions of the build so if you have any questions on areas I didn't cover please put them in the comments section. I'll try to answer them as quickly as I can.
A note on pricing: I checked the Hobby King website just prior to posting this video and they had it listed for only $92. Unfortunately the price jumped back up to $169 a day or so later. I suspect what's happening may be that if you revisit the product page several times over a week or so the HK website recognizes your 'interest' and eventually offers a discount to entice you.
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