AirBlade Super75X

By airbladeuav on Dec 31, 2018

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This frame is still a prototype, we expect the final version to release in mid January 2019. Check back on for more details.

As it currently stands, the frame is 1.5mm thick with mounting holes for 16x16, 20x20 and 26x26 (for beta75x and similar kits) flight controllers. This upgrade allows you to completely transfer over the electronics from your favourite whoop kit like Beta75X or Mobula7. If you wish to use ducts, simply use longer motor mounting screws and add Rakon Heli prop guards as listed in the part list.

We opted to use elasticbands to mount the battery, this way you're not limited to any particular size and shape.


Part List

Flight Controller

BetaFPV Beta75X 2S Whoop Quadcopter (FrSky FCC)


Tattu 450 mAh 2S 7.4V 75C with XT30 - Long Version (2 builds)
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Misc Parts

Rakon Heli RKH CNC Delrin 40mm inch Propeller Duct (2pcs)

Video Receiver

Furious FPV True-D V3.7 Diversity Receiver System Firmware 3.7

Radio Module

Team BlackSheep Crossfire Micro TX Module (32 builds)

Soldering Iron

TS 100 SOLDERING IRON (B2) (18 builds)



Misc Supplies

Ethix Quad-builder Cable Set
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Scooter   21 days ago  

are those rubber bands? any particular size?

airbladeuav   21 days ago 

yeah they are rubber bands. No particular size, I just loop them around if they're too long

bootbox   Jan 26, 2019  

Are there plans to restock this frame? If so, do you have an approximate ETA or a way I could sign up for notification via email perhaps? Thanks!

airbladeuav   Jan 27, 2019 

Yep, I'm waiting for the new shipment. They were supposed to ship before the factory goes on CNY holiday but I haven't heard from them this week yet. Hopefully they did, which means I'll have it sometime next week. You can sign up to our newsletter to get udpates on our stock.

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