Feral Quads Fenrir X4

By Piccolo on Aug 02, 2018

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Love this 4 inch thing.

2018.12.05. New braces
2018.11.01. New vtx with smartaudio
2018.09.30. TJ props are weak. T4045 is awesome.
2020.09.01. Got battery protection



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Sepahbodi   16 days ago  

Digging the winter video! Looking for a 3" Session build. Any advice?

Piccolo   11 days ago 

I use only lightweight 3" with caddx turtle, so I have no good advice, sry.

BloodyLordV   Aug 08, 2018  

What is the weight of this frame?

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BloodyLordV   Aug 08, 2018 

4mm. Have you tried 3mm? What material are the screws made off? Steel? IF the machine would be lighter alu screws would be perfect and further lower the weight. I am just saying this becouse this frame (like all of your miracles) looks freaking bad ass. What are the imensions between front and back screws on the bottom plate? If those are 2cm (shorter dimension) and 5,9 cm (longer dimension) I would have an interesting canopy option for it :)

Piccolo   Aug 08, 2018 

I'm not the designer or producer of this frame. I've just built this. For discussion with creators visit Feral Quads INT FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FeralQuadsINT/about/
And yes, this is badass. :D

ikemaster   Sep 28, 2018 

~ 40g

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