Superlight 5 (SL5) - Not a Norris

By Reap3r on Sep 10, 2017

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This is not a Norris by Catalyst Machineworks, but a pretty close bigger brother from the same company. This has 4mm base plate instead of 3mm on the Norris, and my all up weight comes in ~310grams or so. I could have shed some weight by not using full size receiver, a smaller vtx and a 4in1 esc but, then I would have nothing to improve upon next year :)



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GZ   Feb 16, 2018  

Esc's covered with a broken prop lol

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