CineSquirt V2

By Vlad on Feb 09, 2019

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afdzalazlan   Mar 20, 2019  
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what if i use 1407 4100kv motors? too much power?

Vlad   29 days ago 

If thats what you have already then it will do just fine but if you have a choice I would say lower KV, I would use those for a fun build to rip around because of the power. Lower KV for a Cinewhoop to just cruise and have longer batter life!

bahacangun   Feb 13, 2019  
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Hi Friends flight time ?

Vlad   Feb 17, 2019 

If I remember correctly I think it was about 3-4min. Ill take note next time and let ya know!

DPJ   Feb 11, 2019  
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Been following this build on IG, absolutley love those two tone ducts :D

Vlad   Feb 11, 2019 
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Thanks Darren!

Nyx   Feb 10, 2019  
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Beautiful.  I'm itching to build one myself.

Vlad   Feb 10, 2019 

I definitely recommend if you want good footage! it was a fun build and has different flight characteristics compared to my gecko build.

Clintnation   Feb 10, 2019  
1

Beauty! Nice Job.

Vlad   Feb 10, 2019 

thanks man!

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