Redko 4"

By Demonarchie on Jun 23, 2019

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This is smaller and very light qad, that I use in the present.

135g with 4mm botom plate.

Flying on 3s 850mah.

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freerider101   Jun 28, 2019  

Wow! How does it fly? I guess you're below 250g? I'd love to see some flight footage if possible. :)

Demonarchie   Jun 29, 2019 

Hello, this build is made from 3", so it is light or even lighter than 3", but it has more thrust, more flight time and toughter frame - 4mm. Very good at crashing - because 4mm thick and just 220g w battery. Video signal with the antenna attached close to frame is excellent. It has maby little underpowered 1306 3600kv on 3s, so a bit propwash and not so locked like 5", but with tuning it flyes as great and it is better in cutting corners. It gets more turbulence in wind due to big prop area and light weight. I woud just update motors to 1408. Some fotage: https://www.facebook.com/rudeboy23/videos/10212782813428465/UzpfSTEzMzE3NjQzNTU6MTAyMTI4NDI1ODQ4NDI3MTM/

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