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Old 08-22-2018, 06:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone moved all their electronics from a 270cfx to a Fusion to try it with 6s. Just wondering how it compares.


I assume the 6s 270cfx motor will fit......
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I am surprised no one has tried it ??
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Have found out the 6s motor will drop right in.
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Old 08-27-2018, 11:48 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I thought about going to the 6s CFX motor when I had mine, just so I could switch to a lighter ESC, but really the 4s setup has plenty of power so I never messed with it. We used to run 3s on 325 machines and there really wasnít a lack of power there either, till people started running 350-360 blades. I think only the most aggressive of pilots would notice the difference, but Iím also surprised no one else has done it, just cus thereís always someone with the experimental mindset out there. When it comes to voltage, a little overkill never hurt anybody, so Iíd be curious to see if there are any noticeable results if someone does.

Depends on which model one already owns I guess, but might be cheaper to stick the fusion head on a CFX and be done with it. Or go all the way and switch the main gear and tail assembly to the fusion version and gain all the performance-oriented changes between the two models. Then youíd have the wider landing skids and less frustrating canopy. Best of both worlds.


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Old 08-27-2018, 12:31 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I was just thinking maybe of picking up a bare air frame sometime and give it a try. Having the extra set of canopy pins does give me pause, thinking the canopy will be a pain to take on and off.
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Yeah the fusion canopy is a pain to put on/off with a 4s 1350. And the skids are quite narrow. Little gust of wind on spoolup and itís going over. I did like the heli though, donít get me wrong. Not perfect, but I never expected/needed it to be.


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My canopy gets damanged just because of putting it on and taking it off. I don't have to crash. It's so tight. Packs are 4s Tattu 1300 mAh 45C. They definitely miscalculated this place for the battery. Fitting 6s might be a challenge..
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