Rotorious FPV Cb3 - 2.5" 3s (Screamer)

By theres_just_no_tellingFPV on May 14, 2018

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Note: This build is using the unreleased Rotorious FPV Cb3 w/ replaceable arms and the 3b-r 1105 7500kv.
Firmware: Butterflight 3.5 (8k8k, Q=1200, R=88)

2s Flight Footage.

3s Maiden w/ minimal tuning.

Fully tuned 3s flight comming soon.

Photos

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Arnaud   13 days ago  

Nice little monster, but 7500kv 1105 is that not to much KV on a 3s lipo ?

theres_just_no_tellingFPV   13 days ago 

Hey ARNAUD, it is pretty high but worked out totally fine. Flight times where a little short about 3 minutes, crazy punch tho. Since then i have upgraded my motors to hawksky 1107 5500kv to run 3" props, now i have almost the same punch but my flight times are about 4 minutes and the control is much better.

Arnaud   13 days ago 

Nice !! For my ET125 I think i will take the 1105 6000kv on 3s with 2540 Gamfan or 2840 Kingkong props, For me 1107 is to high as i have prop guards :/

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