3" AirBlade Eclair Plus Lite

By moteasa on Jul 20, 2018

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Test of 3" Eclair plus.
HGLRC Zeus board rotated 90 degrees. Motor 1 and 4 swapped in resource mapping. Makes for a super easy and clean build.
I prefer the bi blades for racing. More efficient so able to run 650 3s packs. Also seems to be doing well on 4s too.
New higher KV AirBlade Superman motors coming!

I probably could have kept under 100g without the 3D printed antenna mount, but having antennas up like this helps with reception and turtle mode.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3i3_2w1O8dw&t

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Quadlite   Jul 21, 2018  
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YES!!!! Ive literally been waiting ages for this EXACT frame to be released lol. The 3 inch eclair plus looks so much better than the 3 inch diatone plus imo. I love the rear facing ride arms. It makes it look faster somehow lol. What kind of flight times are you getting with that setup?

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