The joker2.0

By ThePanda on Mar 06, 2017

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This is a shendrones flaco with zoompod and aero from Phoenix 3d


Part List


Flaco (7 builds)

Flight Controller

RMRC Seriously Dodo Flight Controller - Rev 3a


Sunrise Cicada - BLHeli-S-35A 4 IN 1 BB2 (7 builds)


4 x HyperLite 2206-2450KV Team Edition (8 builds)


5" Double Blade Propellers 5038DCS Clear Purple

FPV Camera

Rotor Riot Special Edition RunCam Swift (139 builds)

FPV Transmitter

Foxeer TM25 Switcher 25/200/600mW 5.8G 40CH Mini Race Band VTX – MultiRotorMania (38 builds)


Menace RC - Raptor Antenna - LHCP (16 builds)


FrSky XSR 2.4GHz 16CH ACCST Receiver w/ S-Bus & CPPM (377 builds)

Misc Parts

Phoenix 3D Solutions (4 builds)
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Misc Parts

Phoenix 3D Solutions
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Bonnervision   May 28, 2017  

How do you like this frame today? Have you broken a ton of arms? Are they easy to replace in the field?

ThePanda   May 28, 2017 

I sold the frame but i never broke an arm when i owned it. The guy i sold it to broke an arm, but they are really easy to replace

Bonnervision   May 28, 2017 


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