NailBomb

By TaterrsFPV on Dec 07, 2019

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This is a shout out to Dave_C_FPV for bring out another great frame. I had this made as soon as I saw it. I took another approach on motor selection thou. Takes little to no effort to get this thing to hover. I feel this build will be very lipo friendly. I do not have a scale @ the moment due to issues, but I can says its very lite. Cant wait to get her broke in proper!!

Cheers!!!

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HK-AERIAL VTOL   Dec 07, 2019  
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Hah! I knew it when I saw it (2204 Hyperlites on a Dave_C frame). I could tell because I too push that combination. I love how mine flies (light and fast), whadda you think 'bout this one?

TaterrsFPV   Dec 07, 2019 
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I barely push the gas and she goes lol

HK-AERIAL VTOL   Dec 08, 2019 

Yep... that's what mine's like! Sometimes ya get a "perfect combination" and the results are so dramtaic (in comparison to your other rigs) that you can't help but wonder what the "big difference" really is. Now I fitted the ARS-5 frame with a really vertical canopy (QuadStarDrones ARX-R), and that lightweight, short stator build actually feels like its "true ARX-R" brethren (in other words... I can get it going pretty dang fast).
The world of building quads never gets old. :)

TaterrsFPV   Dec 08, 2019 
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That is aweaome!! Yeah cant wait to see how fast she goes. And no building rigs never does lol.

Dave_C FPV   Dec 08, 2019  

Really nice build! How is the TPU part for mounting the battery strap working out? I had the same idea but didn't have time to test it yet :-D

TaterrsFPV   Dec 08, 2019 

Thanks Mr. Dave. Works out really nice. seems sturdy but only time will tell in a crash lol.

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