Rotor Riot CL1

By lefty37 FPV on Sep 11, 2018

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I have been looking for a easy to maintance tough frame to use for my goto rigs. I hope this frame is it , I have not been able to test it yet becasue of rain but as soon as I do I will update the build with some flight footage. At this point I have no idea how many 5" quads I have built and rebuilt be I can say this is one of the easiest frames to work on I have come across especially with the BRIAN3D kit. This frame looks like a lot of the "alien" style or QAV style frame but the devil is in the details. Little things like 8 standoffs instead of 6, extra 20x20 mounting holes in the back and the ability to support more then one size camera. Ohh and its also sitting on 23mm standoffs instead of 30mm. Pleanty of vertical room even on 23mm as you can see you could easily push it to 20mm but you would need to use a micro cam for sure.

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Whiffles   Sep 12, 2018  

How do you like it? I've been flying mine these past few days and it's a solid frame.

lefty37 FPV   Sep 12, 2018 

Not sure yet we have had a lot of rain here. Hopefully this weekend. I'm coming from an xLabs Steez which has almost identical geometery and weight so I expect them to feel simialr. The CL1 is actually 10g lighter which was a surprise given the chunky arms of the Cl1. Have you crashed yours much?

Whiffles   Sep 13, 2018 

A few times and it's holding up great!

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