MQTB Crush Light 5" X2

By QuadMcFly on Feb 04, 2019

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This was a frame I built up as a giveaway a couple months ago. The guy who won it has been very happy! Really turned out beautiful! Put a lot of love into this thing, and glad someone found it useful!

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C1Rob   14 days ago  
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Very nice loking quad!

QuadMcFly   13 days ago 
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Thanks man!

JazzXP   16 days ago  
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Awesome build! Loving that red/black scheme.

QuadMcFly   15 days ago 
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Came out nice! Had to make it look pretty for the giveaway :D

Ely   16 days ago  

Where'd you get that xt60 holder from?

QuadMcFly   15 days ago 

A buddy of mine came up with the idea, he put them up on thingiverse. These are a slight revision to that design that I made to make it a bit lighter weight. I've been throwing them in with the Crush Light frames on the last two batches.

M490fpv   15 days ago  
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Very nice color coordination! :)

QuadMcFly   15 days ago 
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Normally I wouldn't bother, but I wanted to make this one really pretty for the give-away! The LEDs were red too!

Dave_C   15 days ago  
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Those 3D TPU prints are so clean!

QuadMcFly   15 days ago 
1

Brain3D does fantastic work! Best in the biz!

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