Mini P

By Flydynamics on Jun 15, 2018

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Back in late summer 2016, I brought in North America what would become the ancestor of the SL4R.
Since this period, many of these new 4" frames got released. Initially this frame was using a very thin plastic sheet vacuum formed over a kitchen mold in aluminum.
Thanks to Todd for the awesome printing of the canopy.

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