GEP-MX3 "Titan" Micro Racer

By robbson on Oct 24, 2018

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I missed my previous 3" racer a lot after I gave it away a few weeks ago so I built a new one on a different frame.
The MX3 frame have interchangeable arms and this is rather important for me since I have a tallent to break them...

The RCINPOWER G1506 motors are just my favorite motors for 3" quads. They have a 3mm shaft and that's probably the reason why I never broke a single one of them. They perform just fantastic! The power is bonkers on a 250g machine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TL8JZYKSgEc&t=

I'm not 100% happy with the Speedy Bee TX500. I have a lot of statics on the 200mw setting no matter which antenna I use.

AUW with 4S 850mah Tattu: 266g

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