Eachine Wizard X220HV 6S

By Charles Hidalgo on Jan 05, 2019

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I usually do not buy pre built packages but I was curious and this is damn hard to beat with some good tuning. The motors have tons of punch and things seem to handle the 6s just fine so far.

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Deathlord   Jan 31, 2019  

Curious to how you connected the Crossfire as I thought the flight controller only had "plugs" for the connections (no pads)?

thijs fpv   Jan 08, 2019  

no flips of death?

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Charles Hidalgo   Jan 08, 2019 

You had or having problems with one?

Charles Hidalgo   Jan 08, 2019 

You had or having problems with one?

thijs fpv   Jan 08, 2019 

nope i don't own it but i just wanned to know if its a production isseu or not

SpikeDiesel   Jan 06, 2019  

Dude it's now confirmed, you have all symptoms of the dreaded MBAD , " must buy / build all drones disorder "  ;)

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