Ocean

By painfpv on Jul 16, 2018

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This is almost an identical remake of a quad I droped in the ocean: https://rotorbuilds.com/build/10783

The frame is the one recovered from the bottom of the Ocean.

This is my main long range setup which I fly using custom made Lion packs. See the above build for more details.

Relevant videos:


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mixa   17 days ago  

Is is ok to install 6" props into this 5" quad?

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painfpv   5 days ago 

this is a 6inch frame by default

mixa   5 days ago 

hm, strange...

painfpv   5 days ago 

it seems there are 2 versions of it, here is the 6inch version: http://pirofliprc.com/HyperLite-FlowRide-Freestyle-6-inch-Frame_p_4459.html

LowkeyCamo   14 days ago  

Nice build. Where did you get the antenna mount?

painfpv   5 days ago 

custom built by a friend

Quadxl   23 days ago  

Amazing Video!!
How much time do you get with that battery pack?

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painfpv   20 days ago 
Quadxl   19 days ago 

Thanks. Those videos are with 6S?

painfpv   16 days ago 

Yes, the ionian sea one also has a few shots done with a 5.5inch 4-5s

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