Peppy Geppy

By Sasquads on Apr 26, 2019

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This is my 3rd build of this frame. I had regrets I sold the former two, so I guess this is a keeper.
It has RCinpower motors (Furibee rebranded), which are hard to turn by hand, so It should absolutely rock.
The stretched-X flies so much nicer, than the regular X. Maybe I will put in a Caddx Turtle later.
I love how it turned out.

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sergetania   Apr 28, 2019  

Now, that's a cute little quad! 👍

Next question may be more about my flying than your build. How long before you snap those antennas? Is this just me the antenna positioned like that do not last? I suspect there's something wrong with me because most people build like this. 🙄

Sasquads   Apr 28, 2019 

I think they will snap off
I prefer to mount them on my arms with a cable tie
Just giving it a try

Sasquads   Apr 28, 2019 

I just posted a new one
https://rotorbuilds.com/build/17595

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