By kwadkenstine on Nov 10, 2019

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Rc Exp   Nov 29, 2019  

cool, a tekashi69 drone :

StickyRice   Nov 11, 2019  

if you squint at looks like something from mad max :D

IcarusIX   Nov 10, 2019  

this looks hard to make neat, and u managed it, wiring aside, gg
also double arms to cope with the extra weight I guess?

sal.mars44K.C.   Nov 10, 2019  

inspired, this is just the stuff I'm thinking about to, so how much is the aluminum weighing it down?
I noticed on one of ur builds you had those realacc 2600 motors, did you get the realacc 215 ?
if u did it came with a battery protecter type of landing plate, i got the 215 an used it the way i thought it would be used an it is bloody awesomeness.

kwadkenstine   Nov 10, 2019 

I got 2 215s cheap on ebay ages ago , Good solid rigs for the price,
the bell design makes the motors scream like a school siren..
All up 620g. could be lighter if i took out the second frame but im sick of fixing stuff .So im going to do a few basher builds , sacrifice a bit of speed and blend in some acro.

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