The FOX_LITE

By QU|(K_F0X on Dec 13, 2018

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First of all a huge thanks to RotorX for naming their 2 most recent frame after me :p
Jokes aside, here is a frame I've been working on for the past few months,Its a 3", and based on the way you put it together, it'll be 140mm or 144 mm from motor to motor. The prototype is currently getting cut and I'll post pics as soon as it's cut. As it stands the estimated weight is 24 grams. I designed this frame with versatility in mind, so the build ain't gonna be easy. It's tight in whatever way you put it together, but if you use the Carbon fiber main plate instead of the aluminium one, the stack and arms share the same holes. The arms are skinny and 4mm thick. Yes, as mentioned the main plate is gonna be aluminium or magnesium. It's primarily designed for long range and racing,but you can top mount batteries.
This frame was designed and made in India.
PRE ORDERS WILL BE STARTING BY NEXT WEEK, PLEASE LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS IF YOU ARE GONNA PRE - ORDER AND I'LL SEND YOU THE LINK

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