RotorX Atom V2 RX122

By Quadxl on Jan 29, 2018

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Here is one of my 2 Rotorx Atom RX122 with a custom canopy I made. It's a hell of a beast with these massive powerful motors.

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myersn024   Feb 22, 2018  

I've been thinking about getting one of the EMax stacks for my next build, but I've read that some of them have problems with DSHOT600 and others have had issues with the VTX. How's your's holding up so far, and would you recommend it?

Quadxl   Feb 22, 2018 

no issues with DSHOT600. Yes, this stack is awesome!

myersn024   Feb 22, 2018 

Sweet! I think it'll pair nicely with the SuperLight V2 3" frame that I'm about to build.

Quadxl   Feb 22, 2018 

Cool! good luck.

teckn0   Jan 30, 2018  

Excellent print work. Are the parts PETG?

Quadxl   Jan 30, 2018 

Thanks! it's all TPU.

Tegboi   Jan 30, 2018  

I'm currently planning a 3" build, and this with a session on it is awesome! How does it fly?

Quadxl   Jan 30, 2018 

It's a beast. Weather was a bit crappy lately. Will share some videos soon.

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