Diatone 2018 GTM

By acromode on Dec 05, 2017

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6mm arms are thick.. recommend 8-10mm M3 for motor mounting.

Fit and finish are excellent.

I was worried about MWOSD but found it pretty easy and has a ton of features, plus this stackable VTX can transmit at 600mw

The way the titanium cage opens plus the micro cam mounting pushed me over the edge on this frame.

Gonna maiden and tune with 4S then bump it up to 5S!

Feel free to ask any questions,

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Jebbington   Dec 31, 2017  

Got a crush for monocoloured, ultraclean builds, so: Neat!!!

NateDawg FPV   Dec 09, 2017  

Did you have any trouble flying it with the Revolt not being bolted down?

acromode   Dec 09, 2017 

It's totally fine. Some people even feel it's better not too from a dampening perspective. On a hard crash you may need to snug it back down but I've run several stacks this way without issue.

Jodie Froster   Dec 07, 2017  
1

So dope.

acromode   Dec 07, 2017 

:fistbump:

Whiffles   Dec 06, 2017  
1

Nice looking build. How'd you manage the orange motor wires?

acromode   Dec 06, 2017 

Thank you!! T Motor does uses orange wires, so that's just how they are.

Minichado   Dec 06, 2017 

For the f40 III they are orange, I've got a set of these, they are fun!

Whiffles   Dec 06, 2017 

Aha! Interesting color choice for stock wires.

UnderDawg   Dec 05, 2017  

Very clean!! Love the frame...

acromode   Dec 05, 2017 
1

Thanks! Can't wait to get her in the air!

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