Flip the paddle outer control frame
When placing the screws upwards, it will be much easier to change the flybar. It saves time to.
Add marker to the LiPo connectors
By marking the connectors on 1 side the change of wrong connection will be much smaller. A wrong connection will kill your 4in1.
Better working gyro/proportional
When starting with your Honey Bee there is a good change that proportional and gain settings are okee. Later in your career you will adjusting proportional & gain. It is always good to reset your 4in1 setting by setting up proportional & gain. This can result in a much better flying Honey Bee. Just imagine your proportional is set well and your gyro only needs to work for corrections instead of making up for the wrong proportional setting.
Heat conducting paste
The heat sinks on the Honey Bee’s don’t have full contact with the motors they are sitting on. Heat conducting paste fills up all small areas and allows a much better heat transfer from the motor to the cooling ribs. After adding this cooling paste my heat sinks became much hotter.
Tracking & head stiffener
Adding a head stiffener keeps your blades horizontal which also results in better tracking. The rotor head tends to curve a little upwards without the head stiffener.