Windu34 thanks! and ScottMaurer during practice we were seeing times around 3 minutes with the triple rotor on a 9' ceiling but unfortunately we had issues with our motors last minute. We had been using the same ones for all of our competitions since January and were putting more winds on them as the season progressed which helped out times (along with the fact we were trying out new rotors) but unfortunately we snapped them before state so we had to fly on new motors that weren't fully broken in. IIRC we flew the second state flight on 58 winds (which was 3 mins, 2 sec) which is less than the max we could put on the broken in motors ~ 64 winds.
2015: Bridges, Bungee, Experimental Design
2016: It's About time, Experimental Design, Helicopters (trial)
2017: Helicopters, Electric Vehicle, Experimental Design, Optics
2018: Helicopters, Mousetrap Vehicle, Experimental Design, Mission Possible, Wright Stuff-E (trial)