85x (33g)

By wklee.fpv on Mar 11, 2019

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react13   Mar 13, 2019  

what frame does this build use?

wklee.fpv   Mar 15, 2019 
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Just a prototype frame for the crazybee fc.

pothman   Mar 13, 2019  

I like the cut down blades. i also glad to see someone else uses phillips head screws

StickyRice   Mar 12, 2019  

dudee those 1102 motors look so good!! whats their performance like? and durability. i have a feeling putting the 65mm kingkong prop on those would be reallyyy nice on a light setup

wklee.fpv   Mar 12, 2019 
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I like this setup so much. It does not feel like a 2" super lightweight whoop but a 5" quad!!

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