Posted by SeByDocKy |
Dec 01, 2016 @ 01:21 PM | 1,205 Views
Disclaimer (inspired from SP) Product specifications and quality may vary at the manufacturer's discretion, and are beyond my influence. I cannot guarantee you will get a product that performs exactly the same as seen and described in this review. Please, no savage affiliate links! By the way, in contracdiction with some other reviewers, I open a new mini-review thread ONLY when I have the machine in hand ....
Here is a more or less a direct clone of the Rotor-X Atom V2 with the Youbi XV-130, a compact 130mm brushless racer with strong 1306 motors and 20A BLheli_S ESC. The direct inspiration of the Atom V2 is obvious with 3" quadri-blades props. Let's compare/highlight the difference/improvement of the Youbi XV-130 versus the orignal non-chinese version. The first main avantage of the youbi is clearly the price... close to three times more cheaper.
+ 1 x Youbi XV-130
+ 4 x Spare props (2 CW, 2 CCW)
+ 2 x Receiver plugs (1 for PPM, 1 for SBUS)
+ 2 x Battery velcro straps
+ 1 x Instruction manual (English/Chinese)
As said previously, the copy with the Atom V2 is clear, the type of profiled canopy. Here the canopy's plastic quality is correct, but won't resist to a massive crash. On top, a 5.8G linear antenna installed vertically.