By SlightlyScratchedCorolla on Jul 18, 2020

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effwerd   24 days ago  

I think 3.5 minutes is pretty standard on 850 Acrobrat. Your motors are smaller than usual for such a (relatively) heavy frame, perhaps they're working too hard and causing decreased flight time? Just trying to give you things to consider, build looks great. My Acrobrats have been sitting in pieces on the bench for far too long. Cheers!

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