By daich on Nov 15, 2023

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leave it to Newbeedrone to come out with irresistable cool stuff. when they announced the BLV4 whoop with built in crossfire it got my attention but I decided I had too many whoops. Months later a great deal showed up so I dutifully scooped it up...a shiny new Acrobee 65 crossfire for 70 bucks, what a deal. One pack in was enough to decide to change it up. It flew well but was pretty heavy for a 65 so I shoved everything onto a mobula7 frame (v2 i think). quad blades make this much quieter, those flow dual bearing motors are smoooooooth.
I may move this over to something with out hoops though.



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