Mark 30 - BlueSteel

By sekthree on Oct 25, 2016

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Having wanted to build the Armadillo for awhile due to the sheer sleekness and size i finally jumped when Joshua Bardwell did a raving review on it. I knew immediately it would sell , and after placing my order in at armattanquads it sold out in a couple of hours. Already having flown cleanflight/betaflight boards (naze32), I wanted to see what the hype was with KISS, and so i bought all KISS components, except for PDB as the armadillo had one. I also went with the skizto edition of lumenier motors. Due to the size i went with the XSR rtx as i fly FrSky (Taranis), i also went with the unify pro Race, and furious fpv mini UFL antenna. The build was tight, though i managed to squeeze all components in. When running on 4S this thing is a BEAST. At near ground touches tapping the throttle sends the quad rocketing 50ft in the air instantly. The flying is smooth, and the response is impeccable. I LOVE IT! and as a nod to Iron man, I named it Mark 30 as that was the blue iron man suite.

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