By kwadkenstine on May 07, 2020

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Carbon Resin and Rope.
Motors are xing 2306 2400kv bells on dys 2306 2500kv baces , went together perfect,



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Jodie Froster   20 days ago  

Dude this right here, this is innovative, good looking, and probably a great flyer. Have you put her in the air yet?
Also: I have the red dys 2306 2500kv motors, and they use that annoying e-clip to hold the shaft into the base. I thought the xing motors used a screw to hold the bell down, did the screw in the shaft work with the DYS base?

kwadkenstine   20 days ago 

Yes It was like they were made for it

Jodie Froster   20 days ago 

Imma have to pick some bells up on BG, thx for the tip

Jayembee67   20 days ago  

Good. Lord. That's remarkable, what a concept. Hats off yet again!

IcarusIX   22 days ago  


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