RavenBrat

By Nevar on Aug 27, 2019

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This is my Acrobrat 3" that has a Caddx Tarsier for HD recording.

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Sasquads   Aug 28, 2019  

So how does it fly? I am thinking of building one, but am concerned about the weight. Or does the extra weight give you more hangtime?

Nevar   Sep 16, 2019 
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Flies pretty good. I am very new and don't know how to properly tune the quad at all so I am sure there could be smoothing out. Mine weights at 358 grams. I hear alot of people prefer the 6s build to 4s.

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