Purple toy of joy

By Sasquads on Mar 28, 2018

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I wanted something to practice FPV flying. The Kingkong ET series are nice for that, but don't have OSD and DVR.
So I ordered an ET 115 frame and allready had ordered a DIY kit, the Innov 120 which is the same as the Leader 120 but with Sunnysky 1106 - 8000Kv motors.
What I did, is put everything from the Innov 120 in the Kingkong ET 115 frame and added a DVR.
Because it is an ugly thing, I made it purple.

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Rc Exp   Jul 20, 2018  
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*reads title,
-that ain't sfw

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