QAV-R2 6"

By mrmartin79 on Feb 03, 2019

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Tried to stretch my old LittleBee esc's a bit too far and had 2 firsts. 1) an esc blew in flight 2) quadcopter fell out of the sky and disintegrated on the pavement. Anyways, its winter and a great time to build.

First flight yesterday in high-winds, by far the fastest quad I've built to date. Super smooth running BF 4.0 with increased rates. She turns,flips, and handles on a dime! I'm not one for buying namebrand frames but this frame is really nice to work with.

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Ducky   16 days ago  

What is the AUW before battery?

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