The new molded case set for the MultiWii pro and the MTK GPS module is a great way to protect your FC and finish off your install. The case retains full access to the 3 serial ports, inputs, outputs, reset and USB port. The GPS case comes with a 100mm tall pedestal mount and comes with mounting hardware.
This is the perfect accessory to show off and protect your MultiWii Pro
Weight: FC case 13g, GPS case 16g with pedestal
Size FC: 14x52x72mm
Size GPS: 15x53mm Pedestal rod 100mm
he new molded case set for the MultiWii pro and the MTK GPS module is a great way to protect your FC and finish off your install. The case retains full access to the 3 serial ports, inputs, outputs, reset and USB port. The GPS case comes with a 100mm tall pedestal mount and comes with mounting hardware.As others have already mentioned, the case is great, but doesn't have holes cut out for all the possible pins. I wanted to use bluetooth, so I needed to do a bit of "plastic surgery" on the case. Also, the GPS puck is a good, clean install, but the MTK GPS board doesn't quite fit right. You have to run the wires very carefully and then push the two halves together fairly forcefully to join them; but in the end it does indeed work. I'm ordering my second one for my second unit.??? ??? ?? ??? ?? ????? ???? ????.The case for the multiwii fits good, just a few scratches on the case. The case of the GPS fits also well for the GPS-board, but you just need to dremel away a little part of the case to not crush the connector cables to the outside.Nice case. I soldered my bluetooth module directly to the board and took the cable through the hole of serial port 1 which is unused. So I had not to cut a new hole in the case.Well this is a nice little casing for the MultiWii Pro. However, it is a pity a little more thought went into the design and made provision for all ports to be used. As it is, just the basics are catered for - and you need to cut your own slots for additional ports that can be used for the likes of the OLED and Bluetooth connections etc. The GPS sensor housing is rather quaintly named 'HolyBro Hobby'. A religious brother housing! hahah! The MTK module fits, but the woring from it has to be bent very tightly to exit the casing. Other than that, it really is worth every penny.Not all GPS modules will fit in the case, but this can just be fixed by using longer screws to tighten the GPS together.Reasonable case, but as others have mentioned the gps doesn't fit properly. I think the gps case was designed for a different gps. Also the plastic standoffs moulded into the case don't line up exactly with the holes in the multiwii pro board. There are no holes that go all the way through so you can't bolt this case to your frame, unlike the bare board. The supplied screws don't have enough thread to fully bite into the plastic, so it is really easy to strip them. I ended up drilling out the frame so I could run some bolts through the FC mounting holes, which then holds the case together as well. Better than nothing, but this is not a high quality component.Worth every penny and a must haveUseless! I tried to dry fit everything in and realised that i needed to do some cutting and shaving to get the board and GPS to fit. COULDN'T BE BOTHERED - so it's in the box until i find time to butcher it! I did read the reviews before i bought, so knew what to expect :-p