DB3 #000

By SecretAgent on Oct 25, 2018

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Flagship of my 3" builds. Built on a frame I designed using aspects of all my favorite concepts.

This quad is all torque, but handles very tight. The center of gravity is shifted because of the split levels and the quads performance is unbelieviable (my totally biased opinion).

It has a deadcat layout. A Z-pattern arm. 3mm chamfer carbon fiber. Custom designed Micro cam mount (jello free).
I love this build, I love this copter.

You can see more background on my frame with my first build here: https://rotorbuilds.com/build/13482

Please check it out for yourself DB3 frame sold here

(Caddx camera listed for parts - cannot find a link anywhere for the xhover micro cam. I do highly recommend Caddx cameras.)

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Hypnotoad   Nov 13, 2018  

Just ordered one of these a few hours ago. Never flown a split level frame before.  I likw the specs of this one better than the Moka split level 3 inch.

SecretAgent   Nov 18, 2018 
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I hope you are liking it! Can't wait to see your build!

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