Core Micro 2.5

By lustertone on Mar 24, 2019

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I took my 5" Core 5S design and shrank it down just to see how it would turn out at 2.5" size.

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alwaysbless   Mar 25, 2019  

Where is all of the weight coming from? Seems heavy for its size.

Jodie Froster   Mar 25, 2019  
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This was bound to happen, way to get out there first! (I know ppl developed this 16x16 stuff, and that means many of these have existed and been used, but this is the first full 16x16 build i've seen)

lustertone   Mar 25, 2019 

I'm looking forward to seeing reviews of the new iFlight 16x16 stack that's coming out to see if it is a better setup than this configuration.

fovea   Mar 24, 2019  

what motors do you use, aokfly 1104?

lustertone   Mar 24, 2019 
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yes... these are the Aokfly 1104 7200kv

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