The Tri-Floss - Hyperfloss 4" 1407 Stupidlite

By CTurn on Apr 28, 2017

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PiroflipRC Hyperfloss 4" Ultralite build.
Was REALLY hoping to get this sub 150g, but just wasn't meant to be.. Have swapped out for a Runcam Swift Micro, and some lighter props but not able to break 150g with this one... The grip this thing has is insane, it is literally point and shoot, it stops and turns on a dime, there is ZERO slide, no matter how hard you pull.

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Querk   Apr 28, 2017  
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I like how you shrink wrapped the braid of motor wires, looks really clean.

CTurn   Apr 28, 2017 

Thanks! something I decided to try on my 3" and came out really well. That's my new method for at least some kind of motor wire protection on 4in1 builds.

MattS   May 01, 2017 

I'm loving that as well!!

russm   May 01, 2017  
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Nice build, so clean! Have you test hovered those tri-blades yet? I found my 1407-3800kv motors got too hot to fly with Racekraft tri blades.

Whiffles   May 01, 2017 

I'm curious about this as well. I'll be doing a 1407 3600kv 4" build and I think I'd be safest with DAL 4045 bi-blades, but I wonder if there's a good tri out there.

Tramol   Apr 28, 2017  

What lipo are you planning to use?

CTurn   Apr 29, 2017 

Venom 4s 1000Mah 50c, or maybe even an 850mah. Biggest capacity I can get that's close to or under 100g.

Tramol   Apr 30, 2017 

I've been using 850mah packs and really like them. The 1000 feel a little heavy to me.

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