The EzRacer™️

By EzRacerツ on Aug 03, 2020

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The EzRacer. This quad has been a long time coming. I got into FPV around winter of last year, and I've burned several components and already spent almost $1k on the hobby. It's way more fun than I could have anticipated. In my area, one of my chapter organizers setup a multigp track anyone could show up to and race at, and I decided to check it out. I took my toothpick and flew a few laps. Racing seemed pretty fun and cool, so I decided to build a 5" race quad. This is the result. It's pretty modern, and very light, at 238g dry. A bit heavier than I would have wanted, but still excellent nontheless. I can't wait to take this thing to a race.

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Pairadime   Aug 13, 2020  

Nice first 5" - only thing I would change is the vtx. Otherwise perfect

SirCrashaLot   Aug 12, 2020  

yep, that will move

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