Custom 225 X

By thomaazz on Jul 21, 2016

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Sold my good old zmr250 to build a new quad.

The frame i designed myself using solidworks. It is a 225mm quad, true x, with the capability to hold a battery and a yi on the top plate.
Love it to make something unique.

The build is absolutely rippin. There is no way i can compare this to the old zmr (dys1806 motors and 3s lipos). That build was always lacking power for some good tricks, or fast racing.



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KBQuads   Aug 03, 2016  

These are some admirable photos! Good job on the build and display of images!

thomaazz   Aug 03, 2016 

Thanks a lot! :D

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