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Thread: QAV-R FPV Racing Quadcopter (4", 5", 6") by Lumenier (formerly RaceBlade)

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    can you mount 1806 size motors on the 4" arms without the motors wires being cocked to the side?
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    Love the products you guys come up with lately! Can't wait to use the new spacers and landing pads on my QAV210.

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    Is changing between sizes a matter of simply swapping the arms? So if I would for example purchase a full 6" package, can I then later purchase 4" arms with motors and ESCs and put them on without changing anything else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bananeman View Post
    Is changing between sizes a matter of simply swapping the arms? So if I would for example purchase a full 6" package, can I then later purchase 4" arms with motors and ESCs and put them on without changing anything else?
    Yeah that is exactly correct. You could actually have 4", 5" and 6" arms/ESCs/motors pre-configured and swap them out to your liking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hally1983 View Post
    Ok Tim, I would be happy to take a 5" version if the powercube will fit, would it be possible to ask someone at the shop to test if one would fit inside? Ive got the parts for the next build waiting and was considering your 210 frame for the powercube build but would go for this one if it fits for sure.

    Thanks for the prompt reply.
    I just sold my Krieger 225 for this frame and placed my order. I'll be mounting my PowerCube on it. I measured the dimensions given and the PowerCube is about 29mm tall so it should fit...it will be tight...

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    EDIT - The PowerCube does fit if you flip the outer aluminum flight controller spacers around and use M3x14 screws, but these screws are not included in the frame kit.





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    Quote Originally Posted by tha beast View Post
    can you mount 1806 size motors on the 4" arms without the motors wires being cocked to the side?
    Well???? anyone at Getfpv know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tha beast View Post
    Well???? anyone at Getfpv know?
    While all the arms provide mounting of 1806 motors, which use 2mm screws, we decided to make all the mounting hole patterns the same. So, that means that on the 4" arms, the motor wire would be off by 45 degrees from the center of the arm.

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    For those of us who bought 210s, where can we get the black knurled standoffs and screws?

    Can't wait to see the new PDB, might have to snag one for my build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timnilson View Post
    While all the arms provide mounting of 1806 motors, which use 2mm screws, we decided to make all the mounting hole patterns the same. So, that means that on the 4" arms, the motor wire would be off by 45 degrees from the center of the arm.
    awesome thank you, thats what I wanted to know.

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