Karearea Talon PR 6S

By Suteki on May 16, 2020

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My favourite frame but now in 6S.

Pod design by Adrian, printed and painted in blue / purple colour flip by Maulous (https://rotorbuilds.com/profile/4109). This pod design is pure function over form; designed to be sleak in forward flight and maximise lateral drag in corners. Vertically armed frames are by far my favourite racing frame design for the way they cut through the air and dig into corners. Not the lightest quad to fly @ 310g, but insanely durable and tracks like nothing else I've flown. Beginning the switch over to 6S batteries after a long time on 4S so have switched from the Karearea TOA 2306 2650kv to the TOA 2207 1950kv.

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