ZMRevival

By Danballah on Jan 01, 2019

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Had some parts laying around, so ordered a couple more things to make a new build, using my old ZMR 250 frame i originally flew in December 2015 (but miraculously still survives). I trimmed back the top plate for the camera view. Turns out to fly very nice! Was fun on the 5.5 inch gemfans, but really shone once i put on the 6040 cyclones. Started life with a freestyle f4, but the wife got me a Helio for my birthday so it's now rocking that. Smooth!

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ExtraProps   Jan 06, 2019  
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Would love it if someone would sell 7'' Zmr250 arms. The frame has so much space and place and is tough as nails. I kind of miss mine.

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