The Blue Max

By UnderDawg on Sep 22, 2017

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When I first saw this frame I knew I would have to build it. Weighing in at 130g's it's not a lite frame, but has more than enough room for triple stacks like the EMax F4. With a dry weight of 354g's using the SS2305's it's still not bad.

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Whiffles   Jul 21, 2018  

How are those props? They're a nice looking series, but they don't seem to be very popular.

UnderDawg   Jul 21, 2018 
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Whiffles, I've never put them up in the air,but I have heard good things about them.

Whiffles   Jul 22, 2018 
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I have a bag of "show props" for photo use only. Sounds like you might have a similar bag ;)

Dafoof   Oct 27, 2017  

awesome build, super clean, love the colors!! hows that frame holding up?

UnderDawg   Oct 27, 2017 
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Thanks! I love the frame and its been holding just fine. The FC not so much. I'm waiting on Crazypony to send tracking # for a replacement now

ThatDamnGuy   Sep 22, 2017  

Wow that looks great! How's it fly?

UnderDawg   Sep 22, 2017 

Thanks!! I came down with a bug a couple of days ago and haven't gotten out to give it a try.

ThatDamnGuy   Sep 22, 2017 

That sucks, let me know when you get a chance. I really like that frame. I am looking to start buying parts to build a 5" and was looking at the Chamaeleon till I seen this

Goose_FPV   Sep 05, 2017  

To go with the theme of the Cobra GT you could look into the Cobra CAM motor series supposedly they pack a good punch

UnderDawg   Sep 05, 2017 

Thanks! I'll give them a look-see.

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