Goby 210 (Redemption)

By Sky on May 19, 2016

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This is my Goby 210 with 3D printed protection. The feet on the bottom dramatically reduce prop fouling in short grass. This is great for racing when you find yourself on a date with a gate, and you'd like to get back in the action. In addition, the side plates prevent broken props and other shrapnel from causing destruction to the more delicate components. It is worth noting that I am torturing the RG20A ESCs with ~40A on the hexblades and they have not flinched even once (even on tracks with long punch-outs). Highly recommend these ESCs! This quad produces a formidable 7.5:1TWR and has plenty of power to run the camera at 55-60 degrees with hexblades, although I prefer 50. Here is a link to this quad in action. I must say that she is a bit tough to keep down!



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Whiffles   May 19, 2016  

Interesting protection. How much weight does it add?

Sky   May 19, 2016 

It's an additional 60 grams. Until I've got my camera at full tilt, I'm not too worried about a little extra weight.

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