Volcor "Mite"

By Dark.Avenger on Aug 04, 2017

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Trying to build a fast 3" setup with a new awesome looking frame. It incorporates a hs1177 in the build so no more CMOS cams.

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Whiffles   Aug 05, 2017  

Didn't want to dye the winglets? Looks pretty good regardless, but those will turn green pretty quick ;). How do you like those props? I'm starting to experiment with props on mine.

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Whiffles   Aug 05, 2017 

It's Rit powder dye. I just boiled some water, added the dye and let them stew in it for 30 minutes.

Dark.Avenger   Aug 05, 2017 

I finally flew it full out today. Damn this thing screams. I am going to put the lumineers back on. The ones pictured are the racekraft ones and seem to be missing power on low rpm.

Whiffles   Aug 05, 2017 
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I just tried the RotorX 3044Ts today and they were great! The vibrations were quite an improvement over the RK 3030 quad-blades. Here's some flight footage.

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