Astro X SL5 6S

By acromode on Feb 17, 2019

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ive never really been into the 3d printed canopies but saw this injection molded one from astro x and decided it to give it a go,

theres tons of space under that canopy, you could probably fit 5 stacked boards.

carbon and fit and finish live up to astro x standards, perfection,

skitzo revoltOSD to match the xhover ESC

reverse mounted motors and wires under the arm with LEDs in blue,

TBS Crossfire and Unify HV, rock solid,

micro eagle 2 is a personal favorite

xnova lightening v2 07-16



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Napalm   Jan 23, 2020  


is yours the trueX or strachedX?
Could you please tell me the motor to motor dimensions in the lenght and width?

And how wide are the arms?

acromode   Jan 23, 2020 

it was true x, cant help you with dimensions as i flew this quad into a lake wahhwahhhh

Napalm   Jan 24, 2020 

ouchhhh.... I am sorry for you....

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