BandoSlayer 2

By Rumblecloud on Mar 10, 2019

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BandoSlayer 2
This is the third build in a series covering the frames from Detroit Multirotor. This frame, BandoSlayer 2, is an update to a very successful freestyle frame we introduced last year. I haven't quite finished this, but it's close enough to post. Still need to test motors and then appy heat to the shrink wrap on the ESCs. The upgrades to the frame include using Toray carbon Fiber throughout except for the non-conductive locking plate and it's a little longer, giving ample room for bigger batteries. I'm using the Joshua Bardwell board and I'm anxious to see how it flies. It did create one unforseen issue that I had to work around. No big deal though. I've posted a ton of pics that go through every step of the build. Hope you enjoy and thanks for viewing. Comments are welcome and appreciated. By the way, the first shipment of these under $70 frames sold out in a couple of days. Next shipment is due the week of March 10, so If you want to pre-order, hit us up at
Notable features

  • 270mm X slim freestyle frame
  • High Density Toray 3K twill carbon fiber throughout
  • 4mm thick arms
  • 2mm top and bottom plates
  • 2mm g10 non-conductive mid plate
  • American made hex aluminum stand-offs for added strength
  • Includes 3D printed camera mounts and VTX mount
  • Easily replaceable arms
  • Printable accessories available on


Part List


Bando Slayer 2 – DMR

Flight Controller

RDQ Bardwell F4 3-6S 30x30 Flight Controller V2 - JBF4 AIO FC w/OSD (155 builds)


4 x ZTW Flash Series 30A BLHeli_S OPTO ESC 2-4S Support Oneshot 125 Oneshot42 and Multishot


4 x SunnySky R2305 2480Kv Motor


DYS-XT 5043 3 (1CW & 1CCW)

FPV Camera

RunCam Swift Mini Camera - Black (44 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Race Pro HV – DMR (2 builds)


Lumenier AXII MMCX 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP) (70 builds)


FrSky XM+ SBUS 2.4GHz Mini ReceiverDefault Title (1405 builds)

Misc Parts

Detroit Multirotor Bando Slayer TPU Parts by Chris_Toast
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Rumblecloud   Mar 10, 2019  

The Bardwell Board had a gizmo (that's the technical term) on the bottom that created a clearance issue with the center cinch nut. It was easily solved with some small washers from the motor hardware.

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