REDDRUM-X

By Jeremy Chotto on May 12, 2019

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I had some leftover parts from my primo when I was running 2s. So I wanted a really light weight 2s beast. One of the lightest frames that I found that supports 2.5in props is the simple X 110. I had the happymodel 1102 10000kv from the primo and my 1to2s crazybee board. So with a bunch of 2s batteries and still wanting 2s I put this together. It actually came out looking pretty nice and I am able to get a good bit of Camera tilt with the snapper 7 canopy I had laying around. I am getting really good flight times with these 1102 motors five to six minutes. I think these 1102 from happymodel is about the best product we have seen from happymodel. I love these motors they make for a really powerful light build.

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