SuperWhite

By jstoltz on Jul 29, 2017

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After building a 4" GarageCrab and really liking how lighter weight quads handle tracks, I decided to build a light 5" to compare. I've been eyeing the Superlight 5" frame for a while now so I pulled the trigger and got some RS2205s 2600kv motors with it to keep the weight down. Finished it off with a Spedix 4-in-1 and Revolt FC. It comes out to about 289g which is significantly lighter than the 5" quads I typically race with. My signature white trim was added as well for some eye candy.

Now with Returner R5 Deadpool motors. By far my favorite looking motors to date!

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