HellCat

By EvolutionFpv on May 21, 2019

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The HellCat is the newest creation from Evolution Fpv, this frame incorporate Evolution Fpv skeleton design. This is a sleek Beautiful high performance racing frame for the track or everyday flying.

Replacement Arms will be available soon!!

SPECIFICATIONS
Frame Size: 212mm
Flight Stack Mounts: 20×20 And 30.5×30.5
Frame Material: 3K Carbon Fiber
Base Material Thickness: 5mm
Camera Mount Material Thickness: 2mm
Camera Size: Micro’s (19mm)
Arms Width: 7mm
Frame Type: Stretch X
Motor Compatibility: 18xx-26xx
Prop Compatibility: 5"
Frame Weight: 68g

HellCat Review

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Discussion

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adarkthinline   1 day ago  

Hey - This Frame LOOKS AWESOME! --- is it possible to mount the battery on top???
and have you thought about making just a top plate and a bottom plate like this?

IcarusIX   30 days ago  

You guys make some pretty dope looking frames, keep it up :) also, is it just standoffs and the cam mount holding the top and bottom motors/arms together? if so how did that go in crash testing?

EvolutionFpv   30 days ago 
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this frame is very very strong it handles crashes well

cptandy   27 days ago 

EVO is being modest.... I have not been able to break it and have not seen EVO (or any1 for that matter) break one since he finished the frame. I upgraded finally to it after having Hell cats eat my other quads in mid air collisions or me breaking them on gates. I have to admit it is really nice to just fly and not worry about breaking stuff. I LITERALLY carry ZERO spares for this frame. NO arms, nothing….

kwadkenstine   29 days ago  
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nice good to see it looks like its been flown a bit , lill chip on the motor protector.if it was mine i would be tempted to invert the front motors to drop them out of camera shot with lower camera angle. but thats my prefrence'
is there a big difference between front and rear arms, are they swapable.
neat build too , all of what you need and nothing of what you dont.

EvolutionFpv   29 days ago 

The front arms are way diffrent from the rear it is not swapable

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