BanniLight Sebring

By johnny_grell on Jan 10, 2018

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Bannilight build for Sebring 2018. Fairly light weight build and I'm hoping that it will be a good racer.



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Steve Nelson   Jan 13, 2018  

Nice build bud. Almost looks too good to race;)

acromode   Jan 10, 2018  

Nice that the 4 in 1 has a BEC

johnny_grell   Jan 10, 2018 

Yeah, I used it to power the flight controller and vtx. FC is powering the camera, and vtx is powering the receiver.

Querk   Jan 10, 2018  

I really like this frame, but I'm kind of spooked about the motor protection. What do you think? Is it a reasonable worry to have?

johnny_grell   Jan 10, 2018 

The arm extends out in front of the motors to protect from frontal impacts. So if you are using it for racing you are covered from the majority of impacts. The 5mm arms also help in that regard.

Generally hitting anything at the angle where you would hit the side of a motor is rare, i think for a lightweight frame it is more than adequate.

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