Emodia Long XXL LR 6"

By DiAleksi on Aug 11, 2019

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This quad is with Emodia's XXL arms that takes 7" props, but used 6" props for smoothier flight. As 7" props were too off tune.

Quad: 409.41g
Li-Ion VTC6 6S battery pack: 302g
GoPro Hero6: 117.44g

Total AUW: 829g

Flew with this setup: 20min 15km

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Jodie Froster   8 days ago  

Super clean man.
I love the use of Li-Ion for crusing instead of LiPo, very smart. Post some footage?

DiAleksi   7 days ago 

Didn't get to fly with it in some nice places yet. Just tests on our air field. As on a vacation I flown mostly with my Nano Goblin LR wing. But maybe soon I'll fly some nicer footage than this test :D

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