Realacc X210s Phoenix

By Xudus on Feb 27, 2017

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This is a budget build that I've been flying it for almost 3 months. It is a tight build, so decent soldering skill is required. The AIO flight controller helps to reduce soldering and space management, so you shouldn't have too much trouble.

It's running Betaflight 3.1 and D-Shot 600. The hang time is incredible! It floats forever and makes acro stunts look really nice. It's also good for racing. Mounting the motors on different planes allows it to eat up corners like crazy.

NOTE: Due to serious vibration issues, I changed from the Racerstar 5042 triblades to the Kingkong 5040 triblades and soft mounted the motors and flight controller.

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Whiffles   Feb 27, 2017  

I wish they offered a little more wire length on those motors. I guess they're designed for individual ESCs rather than a 4-in-1. BTW, you've got 16 motors priced out there.

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Whiffles   Apr 18, 2017 
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At least the arm pieces are the same, so if you buy a new frame you'll have another spare set of arms.

Xudus   Apr 18, 2017 
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So I tried the Cyclones (first time ever). It jitters a bit less than the Racerstar, but they feel silky smooth and extremely responsive. I've been sitting on them and wasn't going to use them until I got the vibrations sorted out. Now I wish I had been using them all along.

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