Custom GT-R90

By duffa123 on Mar 20, 2018

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Sadly this little guy https://rotorbuilds.com/build/9785 met its demise when a glancing blow from a ghost branch sent me into a tree trunk. The crash wasn't terribly heavy (didn't even break a prop) but the base on the Hummingbird frame is very thin and snapped near the motor mount. Unfortunately GEPRC support not terribly great so I transplanted the guts into a Diatone GT-R90 frame which has a much thicker baseplate.

As yet, I've only flown it for a few seconds in my garage but will update once I've done a maiden.

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