2s 3s 1102 9000kv gf65mm

By matthew saigon on Feb 26, 2020

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important: the top plate is designed to fit the length of batteries, 55mm or less, tattu 2s 450mah (short ones ), and GnB 300mah or 350mah, and racedayquads 350mah.

38 grams dry
bottom plate: 2.5mm ( 2mm feels weak )
top plate: 1mm
runcam nano 3
tbs pro32 nano vtx
crazybee f4 v3 with built-in frsky RX
Geprc 1102 9000kv ( 9000kv is too high, happymodel 1102 8500kv is better but they're not durable. plus this frame needs 4 hole mounting )
gemfan 65mm
3s 350mah racedayquads.com batteries

it runs fine with 2s, but people want more power, so i run it on 3s with throttle cut at 70% ( clipped, not scale )
PID is not so good, but i'll leave it in the picture anyway.


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