Mad Max

By UnderDawg on Oct 14, 2018

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I wanna go fast!
The plan is to give the little EMax stack a try. I'll then drop motor KV and go 6s.

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WILLBEER   Jan 11, 2019  
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Slickest looking Floss I've seen! Are you hydrodipping these parts? How/where are you getting that done?

UnderDawg   Jan 12, 2019 

Thanks, and yes I'm dipping the frames myself.

Oeliboeb   Oct 16, 2018  

how are those motors performing?
they look sweet!

UnderDawg   Oct 16, 2018 
1

I love these motors... they preform as well as they look. I wouldn't mind trying a set on a 6'' build as well.

Jodie Froster   Oct 15, 2018  
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Your twisted motor wires have a nice asthetic congruity with the texture of your 3-D printed canopy, very stylish.

UnderDawg   Oct 15, 2018 

Thanks!! I initally planed to do a battle-worn paint job on the PUDA canopy, but due to availability that did not work out.

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