RaceX by FPVFrame.ch

By FPVFrame.ch on Oct 11, 2018

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Hi guys, how do you like our new RaceX built ?

The RaceX is the perfect frame for demanding Race Pilots. Key features are:

205mm X / 210mm Stretched diagonal
Weight: ca. 70g naked
Replaceable arms (TrueX, StretchX)
Interlocking arms
20×20 and 30×30 stack compatiblity
Slot for LiPo strap
Canopy or Topplate configuration
Gopro ready

See more about its features on https://fpvframe.ch/RaceX.html

The RaceX mini for 3 and 4" is coming soon!

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Jodie Froster   Oct 15, 2018  
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Outstanding pod design! I love how you combat the narrow "waist" by adding corrigation to the top surface. Just enough to be tough for the cam and antenna. I'm a little suprised you didn't opt for antenna tube holders for your Rx antenni. Looks very tough, and light, brilliant!

FPVFrame.ch   Oct 16, 2018 
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Hi Jodie, many thanks for your input =) Talking about rx antennas is a good point: one can insert the TBS XF Race antenna into the fin, standard dipole RX antennas can be mounted with an optional printed part in the back of the frame.

Jodie Froster   Oct 18, 2018 

I was hoping the fin had a cavity for an antenna!!!

FranchiFPV   Oct 12, 2018  
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Nice frame but the quality of the canopy can be better!

FPVFrame.ch   Oct 16, 2018 
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i totally agree with you, we sill have to optimize our printer profiles :D thanks for the feedback

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