By EzRacerツ on Dec 29, 2019

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I have wanted to get into quads for a while, but didn't because i was busy with other things. After nearly 1.5 years, I started accumulating parts. I decided on the Racer X TWIG frame, because the design seems nice and durable, and its really light too. Building this took about 3hrs for me, despite my bad soldering skills. Ultralight quads are pretty cool in that aspect, being easy to build and super hard to break, which made it the perfect choice for a beginner like me. One issue i did have with the Goku board is that the LEDs stopped working suddenly, and I didn't damage any components. Otherwise the board is really nice and I'd reccomend it. Thank you Astro, Tyrdle, Tenten, BrokePilot, Krunked, TL, and Daylight FPV.



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Tyrdle   Dec 29, 2019  

fly it

JasonFPV0   Feb 16, 2020 


Astro5872   Dec 31, 2019  

very nice

OptimaZe   Dec 29, 2019  

Nice build! Happy Flying!

EzRacerツ   Dec 29, 2019 


Power_FPV   Dec 29, 2019  

what batteries are you using with this build?

EzRacerツ   Dec 29, 2019 

I was going to use Heli-Nation 450mah 3s and 550 2s

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