Minimum spend

By kwadkenstine on Apr 06, 2019

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Building stuff on a 0$ budjet.
I know not everyone will have spare bottom plates and broken high end carbon arrows laying about.
But i do.



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the_mazur   8 days ago  


kwadkenstine   10 days ago  

They support the cause fully and 100% of their own free will, true!

Currently   10 days ago  

The real question is: How much did those owl puppets cost?!

fovea   11 days ago  

battery in danger-zone :-@ does it fly well? a dvr post would very nice

kwadkenstine   11 days ago 

Looks bad but ive never had an issue the nubs sticking out keep the bat in place.
I will try to get some footage up but it has fairly small motors and the flat arms in the front it feels like the faster you push it on the throttle the less pitch foward needed so plastic is often held.

Jodie Froster   12 days ago  

I see that eachine wizard bottom plate fragment you're using as a top plate! Good on you

kwadkenstine   12 days ago 


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