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    Kite Eating Tree Trimmer cranialrectosis's Avatar
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    "Reason being if you loose the cap which happens when you crash forget to tighten enough you can't easily replace them."

    Sounds like a harsh day.
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  2. #12
    Just saw this thread, I have to say that I love MY MHQ.

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    I also mad some custom parts for it, and now I am building the MHQ2...

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    Lovely frame for FPV ;-)

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    How do the arms hold up over time? I feel like the biggest problem with some frames is the arms shatter like they're made of glass.

    Also, what do you think of putting either 2204 or 2206 motors on it. Too much or just right?

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    thank you for posting the link to the naz video.. this is very cool. im watching the info on the osd now..
    i do not know if i would of found this video on my own.. anyhow, like he says in the video once you understand the basics here it will bleed over to the rest.. so im gonna step away for a hour and 40 mins and learn about OSD.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan_116 View Post
    How do the arms hold up over time? I feel like the biggest problem with some frames is the arms shatter like they're made of glass.

    Also, what do you think of putting either 2204 or 2206 motors on it. Too much or just right?
    hmm I haven't had too much issue with the arms. I've broken two but that was because I was doing flips with out knowing what I was really doing and landed on in motor mount or the middle of the arm. Going into things head first they just collapse in and all I have to do is pull them out and there good to go most of the time.

    As for motors I would think 2204 should work if they mount on fine though I haven't gone bigger then the recommended size.
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