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Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Sep 19, 2018 @ 09:49 PM | 2,568 Views
I had an interesting conversation recently with one of the senior people at HobbyCool who seems to have some insight into the Chinese drone racing we don't hear a lot about. RCInpower seem to be well regarded in the circles there but all I've seen of them so far is on a few random bind and fly models. One of their models has just reviewed really well on miniquad testbench and now I see Hobbycool have chosen them over Brother Hobby for their new bind and fly models.

At any rate they are selling the 2305 on their own in 2500kV and 1800kV and a are running a promo where you can get a free Comet race frame if you buy 4 motors for $74. I've put this on my page here if you want more details

I've ordered the Comet bind and fly kit which includes the new 2305 motors to give it a go following my review on the Hawk 5 and HGLRC Batman220 which I think will be it's key competition. $180 seems like pretty good value considering the airbot electronics that is rated for 6s.

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Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Sep 06, 2018 @ 05:29 PM | 19,024 Views
I've just finished a comprehensive review on the X-Lite. I think you can probably find some useful information there whether you aready own one or not.

FRSKY TARANIS X-LITE FULL REVIEW: THROW IT IN YOUR PACK AND GO.

I've focussed on:
  • Why it is so good for a thumber
  • Why i don't mind the unique battery size any more
  • Portability
  • Acclimitsation
  • The new expansion port
  • Inveitable comparisons with the Flysky Nirvana
  • All the accessories currently available including the new $35 multiprotocol module

Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Sep 03, 2018 @ 06:25 PM | 2,295 Views
In short this charger builds on the already excellent ISDT D2 dual channel Lipo charger and improves it with the ability to accept DC power from a large Lipo or Car battery when travelling or away from an AC power source. This solves my one complaint with the ISDT D2 meaning is is a charger that does it all rather than needing a spearate unit for each occasion. Full review is below

HobbyCool D6 Pro Dup Charger Review at QuadifyRC.com



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