Iflight ix5 ultimate

By Demonarchie on Jun 18, 2019

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This was my first 5" that I build and flown for a year.

The frame is wooden balsa.

I did not broke him, but it is sadly dissasembled.



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IcarusIX   Jun 20, 2019  

1 why disassemble it?
2 how do u like those air 2205s?
3 how on earth can u run those gemfans on there?? kills the response on mine. speed's good but performs better on the biblade imo
edit: 4 love that blue :)

Demonarchie   Jun 21, 2019 

Hello, thanks for the comment .
I was afraid that this frame could break soon, some damage appeared after big crash. Im used to do not fly with damaged things or with thing that are imperfect. So I ordered a new frame. After disassembling I examined the damage, and I have find out that it was just minor and the frame could be still safe flown.
At their price - 13usd, they are very quality motors, after year and half they are still like a new.
Photo with gemfans was taken just after the build completion, you can see that the camera angle there is also verry low. So I ran mainly cyclones 5046.

IcarusIX   Jun 21, 2019 

oh I see, interesting, im the polar opposite on damaged quads lol. good to hear about the motors, I've had mine for around the same amount of time and the Bearings could probably do with replacing but im happy with them too. and 5046? love that prop but I only tried it a few times before moving to biblades on these motors, they aren't the most torquey :)

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