Tensor Droneworks Multiplier Workhorse Build

By babailey on Dec 01, 2019

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This is the one I fly and crash into stuff to test components. Pretty build will come later. Weights are as-flown with and without the front and rear braces installed. The bolts on the scale are the motor bolts I didn't feel like screwing in after I pulled the braces off.

It's light, relatively strong (only broken braces so far after some HARD crashes), and fast. I'm able to keep up with people running much bigger batteries due to the weight and aero benefits. I like it a lot. Full disclosure: I'm the guy behind tensordroneworks.com. But that said, I love it because I'd like to think we thought of what would make the best racing frame. If you would like to talk about it, feel free contact me to discuss.

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