White Blood Cells

By Croops on Feb 07, 2019

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About 6 months ago I started competitive racing. At my first meet I used my previous 2 builds - the Aenima and the Undertow - and completely destroyed them both!

I quickly realised I needed a racing quad that was able to withstand hitting metal MultiGP gates at speed. Not only that, I needed a few of them.

Enter the Mode 2 Ghost. It's a great frame and looks quite similar to the old Floss. I ditched the top place and replaced it with a custom canopy. Canopies are a MUST if you're going to race - they protect your components well and are virtually indestructible.

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