Grvdigr Ghost5

By highway11 on Oct 03, 2017

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I wanted a 5" racer that was both light and durable, while being easy to work on. The Grvdigr Ghost fits all these requirements, plus looks sleek to boot. I'm also testing a 20x20mm stack with 4-in-1. The Ori 24a 4-in-1 has been a great match for these Grvdigr 2205 25550kv motors. Very punchy and agile.

Frame is 68g, and 232g dry built up.

Some unique features on this frame that sets it apart:

  • Titanium countersunk screws
  • Center screw to clamp the arms down tight allowing the arms to remain tight while keeping hardware weight down.
  • Quick arm changes, no nuts to fiddle with
  • Chamfered edges




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