Swift Frame (6S-Racer I)

By exeswiss on Jun 11, 2019

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I wanted a light frame where the arms are individually interchangeable. I designed 3D printing parts, such as the Canopy or the Botomplate to be able to accommodate all the parts in it.

The weight with 6S Battery is about 520g

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M490fpv   Jun 11, 2019  
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Very nice and clean build! :)

exeswiss   Jun 17, 2019 
1

Thank you! I always forget that these Copters actually build for flying and not to look at...

M490fpv   Jun 17, 2019 

Me too XD!

benjo   Jun 16, 2019  

how do you find the ECOs as a 6s racing motor?

exeswiss   Jun 17, 2019 
1

For the price, they are very good engines. So far I am satisfied with it. Not to forget it's just 1700KV. If you really want power, you have to buy the EMAX RSII 2306 1900kv Race Spec.

thumbtwiddler   Jun 11, 2019  
1

awesome build! did you design the frame?

exeswiss   Jun 17, 2019 
1

The frame was not designed by me. It's from Swift FPV (a Swiss Racing Pilot).

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