Harley Quinn

By Nightprowler on Aug 10, 2019

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My first step in the field of 3 inch frames. Optically designed for Harley Quinn (a little crazy, ...).

The maiden flight was generally positive. The engines seem to be very thirsty.

Will now try a few more Props. AUW <250g :-)

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Zorrotor   Nov 15, 2019  

The "crazy" thing is that this isn't an Acrobrat by Ummagawd, it is a banggood copy or something. It is clear because the non-chamfered edges on the carbon fibber. The funny thing is that you used top quality parts but decided to bought a clone frame...

Nightprowler   Nov 15, 2019 
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Hello, the support of especially small developers is very important to me (compare my other frames from druckbaer or quattrovolante). This frame was a gift from my wife, the woman who tolerates and supports this time-consuming hobby. Therefore, the gesture in this case is much more important to me. But thanks for the instruction, I've adjusted the title accordingly.

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