iFlight DC5

By cjdavies on Mar 16, 2020

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My second DC5 build, even though I haven't had a chance to fly the first one yet. This one is a 6S build, using all new parts - not having to laboriously extend motor wires for once is a welcome change!



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QCumberCool   7 days ago  

How do these motors compare to the prebuilt 2207?

cjdavies   7 days ago 

I've no experience with those particular motors, so couldn't really comment.

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