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Remote control case for Flysky GT2B

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Remote control case for Flysky GT2B by Johh Aug 11, 2016

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This is a slim case for the electronics of a Flysky GT2B R/C remote control. The steering functionality is disabled, only the throttle is kept. It has been created for use with a DIY electric longboard, but other areas of use might well exist.

The USB charging port does not have to be disassembled with this design!

Inspired by BadWolf GT2B Case mod v2 by bjornw: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:922378

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That's right what I've been looking for. Thanks for sharing this!

is there any way to make a thinner version of this? just feels a bit bulky when I'm holding it

Does this build still require the extra screws needed in badwolf case? Are the outside screws reused for putting the two parts together?

Just finished mine, there's way enough screws in the GT2B to complete the mod

Well I have printed two of the bottom things now and both of them broke because the screw holes are too small and just snap off if I try to thread it at all

Is there any guide to install this? Or is this just as simple as transfering the electronics? Also, this work with the Hobbyking Gt2b as well right?

You can follow most parts of this guide (which actually refers to the Badwolf case), except you don´t re-position the USB port: https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=71922

In addition, I advice you to study the pictures I uploaded of the internals. It should be visible how the components are to be assembled to the case.

As far as I know the Hobbyking GT2B houses the same internals as the Flysky GT2B, just with different branding. So yes, it should work with the Hobbyking version as well.

Thanks for this

Just want to verify, this one keeps the USB jack for charging as opposed to the BadWolf. Yes?

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