Dread Old Red

By Sasquads on Mar 21, 2019

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My 30th build had to be a Cinewhoop.
But I wanted enough power, so I put the Emax 1106 - 6000kV motors on, since it should also run on 4s. (The babyhawk does).
If you are going to build something with the Caddx Turtle V2, keep in mind that normal nylon standoffs won't work. I had to order M2x25mm bolts, to put it together.
Even then, it's a thight build. It took me 3 attempts to get everything to fit in there.

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FissionBomb   Mar 26, 2019  

How is your weight and flight time? I'm barely getting 2 minutes on a similar setup at 116g AUW

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FissionBomb   Mar 26, 2019 

Tinyhawk or Babyhawk? How much does a Babyhawk weigh compared to our iFlight pigs?

Sasquads   Mar 26, 2019 
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89 or 92 grams

Sasquads   Mar 26, 2019 
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and goes like this on 4s

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