Tiger 250

By SFPV on Oct 19, 2015

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This is one of my earlier builds and is a bit heavier than my mini racers. It is great for long range flights with a gopro and can still whip around a race track. The 12amp esc's are a little under powered for these motors, but the rotorgeeks 12amps have been running strong for months now on the 2208's.



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fpvme   Nov 10, 2015  

How much does it weigh?

Whiffles   Oct 19, 2015  

What sort of flight times are you getting with this?

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Whiffles   Oct 22, 2015 

So it's a bit of a tradeoff. I think aluminum is probably the way to go as I'll take reduced bench time over a couple seconds of flight time.

SFPV   Oct 22, 2015 

Ya it's a tradeoff. Everything in this hobby seems to be! lol

Whiffles   Oct 22, 2015 

I wonder where we'll be in 5 years. Maybe we'll reach a point where a single battery will be enough for a couple flight sessions.

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