MegaHawk

By Miyagi on Nov 14, 2017

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I saw some cool looking ships over the last 3 months.
The Micro ships are fun to fly.
But I wanted something with some extra balls.
I was thinking about power and weight.
If I go with a slightly higher KV than the 6000kv motors everyone else is using.I may be able to maximise the size of the ship easily!
I went with the 7500kv motors, to give a 3S ship a kick in the pants.
Everything works great and it flies as smooth as butter.
The Emax stack is running perfectly!
It can run 8k/2k. but I have it running 4k/4k.
Before the load was 23%. Now it is 12%, i like that number much more!
It weighs in @ 96.6 grams. There is so much power it hovers at 36% throttle.
I really like this ship!
It is so much fun to fly!
Get your's built and use it for flying when traveling!
That is what I do, with mine!

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canham_fpv   Nov 15, 2017  

How are you liking this? We are about to do 2 builds with this quad and it looks really nice!

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