By BlueOverBrown on Mar 25, 2019

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I built another ghost. This time around I went with the Whitenoise Synergy F4 and later changed to Emax RSII 2206 motors as the RDQ 2205s just were not cutting it.



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Jodie Froster   Mar 25, 2019  

That's a clever lil' tailgate you got! Just curious: when you say "The RDQ 2205's just weren't cuttin' it" is that in refrence to a performance issue, durability, color/style, or is that code for "I wanna try out these dope new motors"?

BlueOverBrown   Mar 25, 2019 

They just didnt seem to have the same pop as the set I bought for my first ghost build. I think they may have changed up the manufacturing process? Anywho, theyre marketed as motors to learn on and for really light builds and are $13 so im definitely not complaining.

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