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L-06 RAZOR

Plasma Copter added 3 years ago

This is my first copter build (that I am happy with):D I decided to go EP route rather than a massive amount of armor cubes. Inners make it quite light and maneuverable, but I have triforced around pilot seat and rotors. I used a few tx1 cubes under guns and rotors... standard stuff. Hopefully you guys like the EP placement please do leave criticisms and questions so that I can improve. Thanks!
-sdslam

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