Rampage Jackson

By DustyAir on Apr 15, 2019

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I named it rampage jackson.

I originally wanted to use the 3BHobby motors I won at RotorRiot Rampage, but they had way too much pucnh for the type of freestly flying I do. I oped to a set of DYS Samguk 2207-2300KV motors I had laying around. When I pair these with RaceKraft 5040Q props, it gives me just the right amount of thrust.

Going with the runcam plit over a more traditional FPVcam/GoPro combo is probably a choice that I wont stick with longterm. I've had this split laying around for over a year and I've never used it. In all honestly though, it's doing a great job. I don't have to worry about where my HD camera is with this rig because it's always on it.

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