Merica Quad

By Clarkr on Apr 15, 2019

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I know I know, the DYS Wei motors are about a Chinese kingdom, BUT it still looked good(color wise) and it was cheap:).

This build was just mainly gutting out the Racerstar components and getting the Mamba stack and DYS Wei motors.

For the price the Mamba stack is pretty hard to beat, but I haven't tested it yet but I'm sure it'll be good.(Just finished the build today)

I'm also upgrading the receiver which is just the really cheap Flysky receiver. I'll probably will upgrade to a mini diversity receiver (also Flysky) .

My next build I'll probably try the Emax Ecos (though don't really like the 2306 size) and maybe the DYS SunFuns.
In the end, it's another cheap build but it looks nice. I also really liked the braided mesh from RDQ :).

Hope your weather is as good as mine!

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