Ultralight Floss 2.0

By Itaalh on Sep 09, 2018

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I wanted to build a sub 200gr (without lipo) race quad.

this is my try. I lack a precision balance but it's somewhere between 170 and 190gr.

I used 14xx 5" Floss 2 arms.

I just maidened it, I need to find what is the best battery size.
here is the first DvR (it needs more tuning, and the lipo are new and still needs break-in) above the vineyard behind my house (sorry no track)

CUT THE SOUND OFF !

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EreKeR101   Apr 26, 2020  

how are the motors overall with low & mids? Also, do they seem to pull alot of amps?

EreKeR101   Apr 26, 2020  

how are the motors overall with low & mids? Also, do they seem to pull alot of amps?

EreKeR101   Apr 26, 2020  

how are the motors overall with low & mids? Also, do they seem to pull alot of amps?

Minichado   Sep 17, 2018  

850mah 4S might be a good size/weight for that!! if you can find 1000 also. 1300 might be a bit heavy and make it feel slow.

Good luck! keep us posted!

Itaalh   Sep 17, 2018 

850mah ARE great ! I'm currently testing those for 3 days. I had a crash today, the original screws for xnova are too shorts and one motor unscrewed (not sure of the word) during a flight. I'm gonna change them tomorrow for longer m2 screws. (it might add 1gr to the 309gr with 850).
1050 are ordered and should be delivered this week, so I might try it this week end. The DvR is on the computer, I just need to upload it !

Minichado   Sep 17, 2018 

oh hell yes! sounds like a ton of fun!

Itaalh   Sep 18, 2018 

dvr is online !

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