FR7 - Long Range Cruiser

By Jeffmhopkins on Jun 18, 2019

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A new FR7 build to replace the one I dunked.

Flying 2408.5 2222kv on 5S with dual 2200 5S packs


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BadMonkeyFpv   18 days ago  

hi, it's awesome. have you got the weight please without the lipo?

Jeffmhopkins   15 days ago 

730-740 all up no batteries with session

FPVisioning   27 days ago  

What's your flight time like?

Jeffmhopkins   27 days ago 

Completely depends on your thumbs.

I'll fly 60-65mph for 2 to 2.5 miles out and back with dual 2200 5S.

This is purpose for 2-3 miles outand back at a good clip.

FPVisioning   26 days ago 

What's the amp draw going 60?

Jeffmhopkins   25 days ago 

right around 40A

thumbtwiddler   29 days ago  

did you cut the frame on your own? looks awesome

Jeffmhopkins   28 days ago 

The frame was cut at CNC Madness.

mgeeforce   27 days ago 

Looks like a great cut! Chamfered arms or did you do that by hand? Do they cut to order, as in single frames - or is there a minimum volume? Great videos btw.

Jeffmhopkins   27 days ago 

These ones were chamfered by them.

You can do single frames. Join the Mid Range Mountain Surfers group on FB for more info. ;)

gilesclement   Jun 19, 2019  

I'm getting one of these, was wondering what ND filter you're using?

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gilesclement   Jun 20, 2019 

Thanks much, and where did you get the printing done?

Jeffmhopkins   Jun 20, 2019 

a friend :) check out the mid range mountain surfing group on fb, lots out guys willing to help with

gilesclement   Jun 20, 2019 

Thanks much, just joined that today

tronikshop   Jun 20, 2019  

thanks for sharing :)

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