It's a bit upsetting for me to say that Lunaris was kind of a horrible bot, I should've used thicker bigger wheels and added more clearance because I kept getting stuck on the smallest of wood chips/flakes and the weak flipper was also not doing its job. sometimes it wound down but couldn't flip as it got stuck or (what happened most and even visible on the stream) the flipper wound down halfway and then flipped air. (and not like it was nearly strong enough to flip 1.5kg, sadly enough also couldn't self right anymore) if I tried to tune it more than that it would just flip sooner or not at all and if I tuned it less it would just get stuck on the side wedge or bottom. It also didn't help that I couldn't drive well with it while the drive power due to the wheels was not there. Unsure if a V2 will come but there is a chance that later down the line I revisit the idea of a spring flipper and make it better. Currently, I have my eyes on a different type of flipper : )
Any bot that runs and competes for the full duration is no horrible bot in my oppinion.
The best way to have an awesome winning bot is having a driving losing bot and you are on a great way with your efforts!