Tadpole 3” Space Carbon

By Geert92 on Nov 16, 2020

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My second Armattan Tadpole, but this time a special one a 3" with space grade carbon bottom plate. I topped it off with the new lite grip. it sticks so good that O won't even need a lipo strap.
It looks Stunning, so far I've just flew it with 2.5" props since that's the only thing I forgot.
On this build I used the Iflight Xing 1204, wanted a bit more punch and dame it has some punch.
Uaed a 4s tattu 450mah, and it goes smooth. gonna try a 2s18650 just for fun to see how long it stays in thr air.

I never have been a great fan of a plastic canopi so the Armattan Tadpole cought my eye straight away. the single carbon bottom part helped at well it makes a clean build as well. the weight for the frame it self is not that bad at all as well.

Still looking for a good vtx so I can get a better range out off it. For now I'm using the r-xsr receiver but soon it will be upgraded to the Crossfire nano.
what do you think off the Tadpole?!



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sfonkter   Dec 07, 2020  

I love my Tadpole. How are those motors?
Right now I'm running 1404 3700kv and it doesn't have quite the top end punch I really want. A little heavier than I was aiming for, too. It's a bit chonky with the 1404. It still rips though!

sfonkter   Dec 07, 2020 

Oops, meant to ask what your dry and AUW are?

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