Dandy Candy

By Sasquads on Aug 30, 2020

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dafunk   24 days ago  

you put a smile on my face
sweet build :P

Jodie Froster   26 days ago  

Is this a rebuild of "peppy geppy", or does that one have a purple metal canopy (i'm a little color blind).
Also: this bad boy looks AMAZING.
According to your posts, this is at least your 4th build on this frame. I'm thinking about building one, two questions; what size motors would you recommend, and why did you go with the top mount battery this time around (does it hold the battery well in a crash?)?
I am assuming that it's a heavy enough frame that I should plan on running 4s. Have you tried it on 3s, would you recommend that?

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Sasquads   26 days ago 

Peppy had a drug overdose
The RCinpower motors surpass both the HGLRC and Racerstars. More power and control.

Sasquads   26 days ago 

Peppy had a drug overdose
The RCinpower motors surpass both the HGLRC and Racerstars. More power and control.

Jodie Froster   24 days ago 

When you say "Peppy had a drug overdose" do you mean you fried one of your ESC's?

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