Lumpy BullShark

By solaireFPV on Sep 08, 2017

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Overkill mockup of a BullShark frame 2.4 inch props from Lazd.

100g dry weight, 15 amp escs, probably could be a shit ton lighter, but ah well...that's to be dealt with after the first crash ;P.

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Babouch   Oct 05, 2017  

Maybe we can "Praise the Sun" together for the board you've used on this build...perfect for this kind of little monsters isn't it?...;o)

FannyPack_FPV   Sep 08, 2017  
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Why on God's earth do you need 20A ESC? get a 10a 4in1

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CesiumSalami   Sep 13, 2017 

I bet the new ESCs from AirBot (Ori and Ori32) would be great with this stuff: https://store.myairbot.com/esc/ori324in14x25a.html

the Skonk   Sep 13, 2017 

Yeah that's a pretty tight setup I'm running the HGLRC XJB 428 stacks

solaireFPV   Sep 13, 2017 

I will need to try that stack out when I get to building the next one. I like the setup.

IvanNik   Sep 09, 2017  

what frame do you use?

solaireFPV   Sep 13, 2017 

Bullshark 2.5 inch frame from Lazd (Falcon Multirotors). I believe he is putting up the frames for sale soon.

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