By MOMO RACER on Apr 08, 2019

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The KAIDJU is one of the most versatile 3" racer, strong and light, a stretch designed racer wich can be mounted with canopy (several models free to download) or carbon top plate.
After one year of development, we are now with the V4 evo, with 4 versions available:
MR139 11xx
MR139 xx unibody
MR139 11-14xx
MR139 11-14xx unibody

i fly with the 11xx version (unibody version for outdoor and spare arms version for indoor), 1105 / 1106 6000kv motors are powerfull and effective on 3s with 3025x2
it can compete with 5" racer on 4s (2205 motors) on outdoor tracks
it can fly in garden (you can reduce power and efficiency by using 2.5" or even 2", and 2s lipo)

what do you need to mount the KAIDJU?

screws elements
M3 screws: 6mm 8mm 10mm
M3 nuts
20mm M3 spacer

tpu elements
KAIDJU canopy (free to download) or KAIDJU top plate (spare available all the year on Armattan Production)
KAIDJU soft mount bumper (protect arms and reduce motors vibration)

Video review




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sergetania   11 days ago  

Looks very nice! Not too many frames with replaceable arms for 3" out there 👍 Nice job!

MOMO RACER   10 days ago 

thank you :)

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