AXC Halo (Doinker Conversion)

By abella on Dec 02, 2016

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Moved all of my parts from a Doinker (http://rotorbuilds.com/build/1673) frame over to the new carbon fiber AXC Halo frame. Gained 3g in the process (103g total now) but it seems like a great frame so far. NOTE: It's really meant for a 2-in-1 or even 4-in-1 ESC... Mine hasn't arrived yet, and I made it work with 4 x 20a Cicada, but it's not ideal. Also, the frame is sold in GBP, not USD!

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Whiffles   Jan 10, 2017  

How do you like flying it? All these 2S builds have gotten me intrigued. I love that this frame protects the antenna.

abella   Jan 17, 2017 
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It flies great! Moving to the 4-in-1 ESC saved 17g, so it's now lighter than my doinker with the same parts.

TiltedMag   Dec 20, 2016  

Is there enough room above the FC to add a INNOVA OSD?

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