40mm of Fury

By FissionBomb on Mar 01, 2019

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Using a Mobula7 CrazybeeF3 board and 0802 16000kv Happy Model motors, I've built a lighter version of a Mobula. No buzzer, no adjustable canopy,

The King Kong props are pretty smooth and very light. They do lose power in the corners so I may look into the new Gemfans.

03/01/17 - Gemfan were not available at RDQ during my last order so stock Mobula7 props will get the call up.

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