Golden Bee, my little indestructible precious.

By CrissCross FPV on Aug 01, 2018

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Another day, another frame.
Now is Golden Bee turn to be build.

This frame is all-rounder with features from both racing and freestyle frames. This frame can be used for aggresive freestyle within abandoned location, or ripping racetrack wih GoPro mounted on top.

Golden Bee is designed within same recipe tha my other frames. Extremely durable, reasonably lightweight, simply constructed, easy to assemble and work on.

8 mm thick arms made from Toray T700 High strength carbon fiber composite sheet. They turn this little creature into furious tank.

Here are general specs of the frame:

  • True X type frame
  • 218 mm MTM
  • 96 grams weight including hardware
  • Bottom battery mounting
  • 18mm height stack plus double deck for RX/ TX on the top
  • 30.5x30.5 and 20x20 stack mounting options
  • 5.2 inch props
  • up to 24xx motors
  • up to 5s 1800mAh battery
  • for Micro sized cams
  • up to 90 deg. rotation angle of camera

More info can be found here

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