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    CineTank Mk.I - L (CineTank with 12" prop capacity)

    You guys have been asking for this since day one and we listened. You can now run up-to 12" props on the CineTank. We even have some testers running big pancake motors and 6s setups.

    Have fun with it guys I cant wait to see what you all do with them;
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    I just ordered one!

    My intention is the Tiger MT4006-13 with either 11x5's or 12x5's.
    Will be carrying a 6000mah battery if I can fit it

    Just have to wait to see the kit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotttu View Post
    I just ordered one!

    My intention is the Tiger MT4006-13 with either 11x5's or 12x5's.
    Will be carrying a 6000mah battery if I can fit it

    Just have to wait to see the kit!
    Man Im stoked to see what comes of this.

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    Got mine in!
    Planning on running 12x4.5" props on huge Tiger MN4010-11 475kv motors on 6s4000k packs with the new Tiger S35A 600htz esc's. It oughta haul.
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    I better start researching thicker walled CF tubing.

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    Planning on using iPower MT2217 750kv motors swinging a 11" prop on 4s 5000mah. Going to use these new 20a ESCs that Range Video is selling now that are small enough to fit in the carbon arms.

    Motor specs recommend 30a ESCs so I am on the fence about that still.
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    Chad what about airflow to the ESC?

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    I know that Vova from RV is using them on his Tarot Hex. I will give him a call and ask him if they get to hot.
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    Please let me know how these work out for you bro. This would be very interesting if they don't go thermonuclear.

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    I'm actually going to set mine up like the QAV was, the 740k Tigers, 11x5's (Probably Graupners this time), Turnigy Plush 30's (I don't do stunts with multi's).


    Should be smooth!


    Loving that you have this design, I have a feeling you're going to be ordering new CF tubes and making more kits very soon
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