Custom G10 250 Quad

By AcroFPV on Nov 05, 2015

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I found the plans for this frame on www.UntestedPrototype.com Then i found a guy on RCGroups who had the materials and machinery to cut it for me. I had enough hardware in my various parts bins, and build this mini-quadcopter.

Parts used:
-Custom cut G10 quadcopter frame.
-RCX 1806-2300kv x4
-Turnigy Plush 12A
-Flip32 Pro flight controller
-DTF 6ch UHF receiver
-800mw 1280mhz video transmitter
-Runcam FPV camera

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AcroFPV   Nov 05, 2015  
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Captured with my DVR, the bridge that took out my quadcopter.

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UltiFix   Nov 07, 2015 

Lol that sucks!

sark   Dec 13, 2015 
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