MR168 / MR192 KAIDJU CLASSIC 4" / 5" - light 4K long range racer

By MOMO RACER on May 01, 2019

7  263  2" and 5"version of the KAIDJU CLASSIC, in addition to the MR139 KAIDJU CLASSIC 3" version

MR139 (3" version)
MR168 (4" version)
MR192 (5" version)

build weight is around 135 / 145g with light motors (1606, 1806..)
(max 163g with heavy 2207 with 2 screws and three blades props)

it's a light and durable racer as the other KAIDJU models

all the technical details are on the frame page (canopy, soft mount bumper, screws...);



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Kruizen   Jun 01, 2019  

I'm quite interested in this frame but I don't see a weight of carbon and of hardware (tpu canopy, screws, standoffs). My current 4" is 42.4 grams with all hardware & camera TPU and I'm looking for something lighter for 1506 motors.

MOMO RACER   Jun 01, 2019 

hello, here the weight data for: 4 MR168 3mm arms, 1 KAIDJU bottom 3mm, screw kits (10x10mm m3 screws, 8 x m3 lock nuts, 1 x 20mm alu spacer) 1 KAIDJU tpy canopy: 37.70g (34.56g if you take 10 x titane m3 screws) , good choice the 1506 motors on this build ;)

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