Rotor Riot CL1

By BigD-FPV on Oct 16, 2019

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Rotor Riot CL1, Flightone build. The upper and lower plates could be a little thicker but this is a nice frame with lots of room for a neat build. Hope you like it.



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Jodie Froster   Oct 17, 2019  

Looks tremendously better with that slam. I wonder what made you go this route vs a taller standoff and inboard arms. I would have done it your way (to keep the bottom plate flat for mounting), but I see a lot of ppl moving their arms inboard when they slam. I'm asking because (like you) I go the other way, but there has to be some kind of reason ppl choose to go inboard with the arm mounting. Maybe I should ask someone who is on the other side of this fence...

BigD-FPV   Oct 18, 2019 

Honestly i didn't even think about it lol i just put the arms on the way i thought they where meant to go on.  Didn't even realize there was another way until i read your post

BigD-FPV   Oct 18, 2019 

as for the shorter standoffs, i like the slammed look much better, makes it look meaner lol

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