6" Reaper 'Deadfrog'

By AcroFPV on Aug 04, 2017

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This is a unique 6" Reaper I put together from MultiRotorMania.com This build has the arms from a 5" stretch frame mounted up front and in reverse so they stick out farther. In the rear I installed the 6" stretch reaper arms in the normal configuration. This gives the frame a foward sweep and puts the lipo a little bit forward on your center of gravity. This should help increase stability in (very) fast forward flight.

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