Realacc x210 Spec Racer

By moteasa on Nov 17, 2016

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With exception of the VTX, this is about the cheapest I could get a great performance quad. Right at $200 with the optional LED/buzzer and some motor protectors. We have started a "spec racing" class based on the package deal from Banggood using this or the non-clone frame, The 20A RacerStar ESC, The 2205 2300kv RacerStar motors, King Kong 5040 tri props, and your choice of any F1 or F3 flight controller. FPV system and radio is pilots choice. We've been very happy with the performance so far. Check the link for some footage and build tips. http://www.musiccitymultirotorclub.com/index.php/events1/blog/53-music-city-multirotor-club-announces-new-spec-class-racing

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taurus   Nov 18, 2016  

I've been looking for a 3D printed camera protection just like the one you have. Is it your own design? Would you be willing to share it? I'd be much obliged ;)

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moteasa   Nov 21, 2016 

It is 3D printed. This is in ABS and a first revision. Another guy is doing the design for me so we have some tweaks to make for it to fit better. It does look great though and he did a good job. After this next revision I'll see how it is and if he's willing to share on thingiverse.

taurus   Nov 21, 2016 

Thanks a lot, keep us informed if you can!

taurus   Dec 18, 2016 

Is there any new development by any chance? Thanks!

Whiffles   Nov 17, 2016  

What sort of batteries are you running on these?

moteasa   Nov 17, 2016 

1300mah 4s of any flavor really. The 2300kv motor and 5040 tri prop combo isn't extremely taxing.

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