Bee Ninety

By ahlod on Feb 25, 2017

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girrrrrrr2   Mar 19, 2017  

What prop cutter are you using?

ahlod   Mar 20, 2017 

Home made, nail clipper :D

girrrrrrr2   Mar 21, 2017 

Ah cool thanks.

Drsues   Feb 28, 2017  

what type of batteries? and also in some of the pics it looks like there are ESC's zip tied underneath the frame arms? I am new to the hobby but I was wondering what that was and if it was missing from the parts list.. Thanks!

ahlod   Mar 01, 2017 

battery is just a generic 300mAh 2s. it's called fullym3x

ESCs are below the frame arms check it here

snootux   Feb 27, 2017  

Wow nice and cheap! What lipo are you using? How does it fly?

ahlod   Feb 28, 2017 

Flies great bro. see my flight videos here

I'm using a generic 2s 300mAh battery

snootux   Feb 28, 2017 

Great, I'm going for 130 build but this looks like a ton of fun too and cheaper

ahlod   Feb 28, 2017 

I still think 90mm is different realm than 130 haha. I still want to build a 130 soon too.

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