x2 Elf 88mm

By CKFPV on Feb 18, 2020

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HK-AERIAL VTOL   Feb 19, 2020  

An Elf was my very first flight. I still have it to this day and use it to teach my niece with. I bet I have wrecked mine at least 100 times and I have only rebuilt it once. I am happy to see them still getting onto (and off of) some benches. You did this one justice for sure... nice build.

CKFPV   Feb 19, 2020 
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thanks! only got about 2 flights in on it so far(built many months ago). 1940 gemfans seemed to feel nice tho.

HK-AERIAL VTOL   Feb 20, 2020 

I know that feeling... I need to build to keep myself from getting stir crazy, but then I have to wait for a break in the weather to fly 'em.

CKFPV   Feb 21, 2020 
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yes its freezing out up here. maybe this weekend there will be a break in the weather!

Rfcdesign   Feb 20, 2020  
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Hey mate, my second quad was an elf 88, and it's probably my favourite! The gemfan props are really smooth but they are fragile. The dalprop 2" props are not quite as buttery but they are a LOT more durable. Nice work :) Good to see another elf 88 out there :)

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