7" Hyphy Cruiser

By sloth on Dec 07, 2018

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7" longer range cruiser to play around with.
6S capable.

I started with 7" props but found it really hard to tune any jello out of the gopro. Switched to 6" and it's been much smoother. On 6S it's no slouch!

I've since switch to a long AXii antenna to better clear the GoPro.
Next adjustment will be to extend the GPS lines and put it on top of the GoPro.

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Pimpmykwad   Dec 14, 2018  

damned jello !!!! so hard to remove with 7" !!! Do you use bipale or tripale??

sloth   Dec 14, 2018 

I was using the Gemfan 7052 I beleive, 2 blade props.

RZFPV   Dec 07, 2018  

how thick are the arms

sloth   Dec 07, 2018 

5mm I believe.

FrenchB   Dec 07, 2018  

Great looking build. Any videos?

sloth   Dec 07, 2018 

Ya check out this one. Only on 4S here

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