The Joker

By QuadMcFly on Mar 12, 2018

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This build is a bit of a joke. It's a 6S capable quad with all the latest bells and whistles, but on a 4" frame. All up weight is chunky at 518g with a 1300mAh 4S CNHL. These motors are some of the most insanely powerful motors I've tested, so I'm curious to see what it does to a 4". Should be a good laugh when I pull it out at the race track, at least until they see how fast it is :D

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QuadStar Drones   Mar 13, 2018  

Interesting combo - not sure if anybody else has tried 6s on 4"(?). Post a video if you are able, sounds like it will be a blast! :D

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