XB 210_R

By 318aye on Oct 03, 2016

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Ported over my XB5 to the updated offering from XB frames, the 210-R. Standoffs are a few mm narrower and lower, and arms have been slimmed down but stepped up to 4mm. Arm hardware has been reworked, which was the XB5's only real issue. A lower nut-mount/PDB spacer is included with these kits now. Overall, it's a tighter, lighter long fuselage 5" frame. Looking forward to trying it out.

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Whiffles   Oct 03, 2016  

If you update your ESC and motor quantities your total price should be a little more accurate.

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Whiffles   Oct 04, 2016 

I really should do something to make that quantity box stand out a bit more. I'm thinking I'll outline it in red if you have fewer than 4 motors or ESCs. A lot of people overlook it.

318aye   Oct 04, 2016 

Or possibly a message confirming quantity for those items?

Whiffles   Oct 04, 2016 

Possibly. I'll have to think about it.

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