Stupid S500

By Power_FPV on Sep 09, 2019

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From old parts...
Hopefully I might get some of those cheap racerstar motors, new 6s (8s maybe??) esc's and potentially a new frame and make this a nice 10" fpv quad. I had 2212 920kv motors but swapped them out for some old samguks for a quick test.

Black spray painted cx-20 shell on the top - looks pretty cool.

test flight - this had 5" props

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Astro5872   Sep 27, 2019  
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large

Power_FPV   Sep 27, 2019 

no u are

Astro5872   Sep 27, 2019 

i think youve mistaken me for yourself

Jodie Froster   Sep 10, 2019  

Did you try out the larger motors yet? I am building a rig like this with a friend, and we are planning on using 2312 960 kv motors and 8" props. I'd like to see how they do, if you have any experience and/or video I would love it!

Power_FPV   Sep 10, 2019 

i had used 2212 920kv motors in it previously with 10"45 props.
this wasn't running FPV though, but for an aerial photography platform it worked really well.

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