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

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    ya as long as the prop choice isnt too aggressive 700kv 80g motors with 11" props are not that bad on a 4s copter. the motors are not cowled and you dont spend much time at WOT. its really all about the epoxy on the magnets and melting heatshrink & shorting out as much as anything.

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    Mine was supposed to arrive yesterday but the mail man never showed up at my office. Last time his excuse for not coming inside is that it smelled weird and he was nervous... It's a damn printing company, it smells like friggin ink!
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    Cono meng

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    Soldered the ESCs and extended my motor mount wires. Tonight, we build!
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    Im now flying my first tank with 10x5.5 apc mr's on the recommended tigers. Zomg I love it!

    Chomping at the bit to start building my second!

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    Done, flight ready! The picture below shows it with 10x4.7 CF props because I ordered the wrong 11" props. Will order new ones tomorrow. Super clean build, excited to fly her.

    Will be powered by a 5000mah 4s lipo.
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    looks awesome chad! cant wait to see your footage.

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    So the only difference between the regular MK and the MK L is the longer booms right? Do you sell the longer booms separately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmerly View Post
    So the only difference between the regular MK and the MK L is the longer booms right? Do you sell the longer booms separately?
    Thats correct sir and yes we do; http://flyingcinema.com/arm-carbon-f...m-x-212mm.html

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    Damn, how did I miss this? Wish I knew before buying the regular version. Why such a high cost for them when the difference between regular and L version is only about 16?

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