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GotHeliRC.com Eachine Falcon 250 250MM Frame Kit with PDB Board and Tilt motor mount

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  1. GotHeliRC

    GotHeliRC http://gothelirc.com

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    Posted by GotHeliRC, Feb 10, 2016 #1
    Eachine Falcon 250 frame kit and PDB board (built in BECs) and tilt motor mount

    $35.00

    Description: User Manual
    Thickness of Fuselage: 1.6mm
    Thickness of Arms: 3.0mm
    Wheelbase: 250mm
    Dimension: 230 x 245 x 90mm
    Take off Weigh: 535g
    Net Weight: 236g


    Features:
    Compatible with max 6 inch propeller
    Compatible with 2206,2208 motor
    Can be used with 4S/3S battery
    Inclined motor base design, fast speed
    Removable protection motor base

    Package Included:
    4 x Arm
    1 x Base Board
    1 x Left Side Board
    1 x Right Side Board
    1 x Cover Board
    1 x Top Damping Board
    1 x Tail Board
    4 x Motor Protection Base
    4 x Foot Stand
    4 x Damping Ball
    1 x PCB
    1 x Screw Pack
    1 x Column Pack

    Frame required assembly.
     

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  2. Bartman

    Bartman Welcome to MultiRotorForums.com!!

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    Posted by Bartman, Feb 10, 2016 #2
    wow, $35? what's the point of the tilted motor mounts? i never figured that one out...stability? yaw control?
     
  3. GotHeliRC

    GotHeliRC http://gothelirc.com

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    Posted by GotHeliRC, Feb 10, 2016 #3
    It's tilted forward, faster forward speed.
     
  4. ProfEngr

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    Posted by ProfEngr, Feb 12, 2016 #4
    I saw a MR race vid from across the pond on youtube where the forward tilt was only used on 1 pair. They also had different length arms between the front and rear pairs. It was explained that this improved speed/agility while reducing spin-out in turns caused my all 4 motors being tilted.
     
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