Airblade Eclair PLUS 2.5"

By Memnuts on Jul 06, 2019

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HK-AERIAL VTOL   Jul 11, 2019  

Always good to see the Eclaire included in a build. Mine's an X, but I keep threatning to build a plus. I saw a 2" plus a couple months back here on RB (and I swore I was gonna build one), but I got all hooked on attempting something else for the last few months. Now... scout's honor... if I could get 2 sets of those HGLRC 1104's at < 9USD, I would without hesitation. HGLRC are real cool folks and they make super smooth motors and power almighty 20MM stacks (OMG... that FD445). That is a nice little build you got there with the 425 XJB, I bet it rips.

1Smug_Bastard   Jul 10, 2019  
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Whats the advantage to this configuration? Is it possible to run different sized motors and props with this layout. (Big front back, small left and right)

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