Black Chameleon

By All Day Air on May 15, 2017

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My second build, very happy with how it came out. Ended up a tad heavy because I used 12awg and 14awg, and the wire wrap. But it's not even noticible with the 2306's lol. Sooo fast.
432g AUW

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Querk   May 17, 2017  

those LEDs look sick. Also, is the electrical tape on the motors to tell which direction they're spinning?

All Day Air   May 25, 2017 

Thanks, and yes you got it

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