By daniel482 on Jan 14, 2019

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decided it was time for a small quad so why not get the acrobrat that supports the split. build was pretty straight forward, betaflight was fine and now tis time to tune.



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TumbiUmbiTek   Jan 20, 2019  

How did you go with the Diatone 4000K motors? I am wondering that they might not like the weight of the frame too much (don't know...just guessing, I have the Diatone GT M3 with those motors) . CHeers

daniel482   Jan 21, 2019 

I can agree they aren't the best but they do have some punch but they're not as torquey as I would've liked. also the sir clips aren't of the strongest quality either as some of mine have already come out. will upgrade to some bh tornado's tho soon

TumbiUmbiTek   Jan 21, 2019 

cool... I would like to give the 1507's a go. almost got my acrobrat going with HGLRC 1407's ...see how they go.. but think you need the low down grunt for initial speed burst so you can throw the 3" around and get those smooth cinematic shots from momentum.

DPJ   Jan 15, 2019  

Looks great, definitely my next build!

daniel482   Jan 15, 2019 


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