Slammed GTB Cube 339

By Ikuiku on Sep 16, 2019

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For this build I wanted to try smaller motors with 3in props. I feel that these 1105's 5000kv motors really suffered with tri-bladed props. Switching over to dual blade made a huge difference in motor temps, with out sacrificing to much of the handling you get with tri-blades.

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dafunk   Oct 29, 2019  

hello. is it possible to mount a 20mm stack in a clean way on this frame ?

Ikuiku   Oct 29, 2019 

You can print a 16x16 to 20x20 adapter, but I wouldnt recommed it. I would just get a AIO whoop board.

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