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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benjo   17 hours ago  

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

thumbtwiddler   6 days ago  

awesome build! did you design the frame?

M490fpv   6 days ago  

Very nice and clean build! :)

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