By kwadkenstine on Mar 29, 2019

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For a little evening fun. The neighbours complained they could hear me flying but could not see the quad all the time or at all.
So i slapped this monstrissity together.
Diatone ghost frame.
Eachine racer 250 motors.
The leds are novilty automotive park light replacement the ones with the ir remote , they work just fine on 4s.
Not a lot more to say other than it flies pretty good. being fairly light .
Ive built a few of these before and while the frame is pretty tough it is not durable enough to justify putting in the time to make them neat tidy and tight like i would a regular basher. Its for going up high and doing interpretive .
I live in OZ and this is how we iron shirts.



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thumbtwiddler   Mar 29, 2019  

holy shit man the nostalgia

MATEKMAN   Mar 29, 2019  

it's an old school build ;)

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