Realacc Furious 220mm 6in

By Ikuiku on Sep 01, 2019

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Big thanks to Deerslayer_1 for designing this pod to convert the Realacc Furious 220 into a 6in quad. I was originally running the BrotherHobby 2206 Venom 2400kv motors which proven to be too small for 6in props, at least to my liking. I swapped them out for bigger Tmotor F40 2400kv and the props are way more responsive. This thing is a rocket on 5s!

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Raw FPV   Feb 08, 2020  

The pod in your photo looks different than the one on thingiverse ... Do you still have the STL file for the one in your phto here?

Ikuiku   Feb 08, 2020 

I just uploaded it to Thingiverse https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4152326 I removed the logo and enlarged the camera hole.

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