By stefanm84 on Jun 11, 2017

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Not really into clones but after seeing one of the guys at my local hobby shop with this frame I just had to do it.. took the electronics out of my Ares 159 and purchased this frame for 30$ off amazon, and slapped some DYS FIRE 2205 2300kv motors, and 30a 4 in 1 esc on it. This is officially my first 5".. we will see how it flies this week!



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ArcherFPV   Jun 05, 2018  

good looking build how did that dys fc and esc combo work out for you? ive got the same fc but have been waiting on an esc for it. im probably just going to use the dys 30a 4n1 but am looking for feedback on it. most reviews ive found are split 50/50 some love it and some hate it but im not gonna be running 6s on this thing.

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