FR7 v4

By Petersonross89 on Jun 11, 2019

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The FR7 is an amazing open source design by Jeremy Mariscal. Flying 4400 5S (dual 2200s) with 2507 1750kv motors, this quad is designed to be a strong, fast, cinematic mountain surfer. The FR7 is one of the best designs i have seen and have built to this day.

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Roll Pitch Y'all   Feb 20, 2020  

What antenna are you using for the r9 in the back antenna tube?

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Petersonross89   Feb 20, 2020 

yeah but i bought a extension on the back and front and used a t antenna on the front but yes extension for both

Roll Pitch Y'all   Feb 20, 2020 

can you send a link to one?

Petersonross89   Feb 20, 2020 

i buy them on Amazon just type in u.fl extension

BadMonkeyFpv   Jul 02, 2019  

hi, it's awesome. have you got the weight please without the lipo?

KuriOSS   Jun 12, 2019  

Wow, this is awesome. Looks so strong arm design. How to get this frame? Did you order it to customizing company?

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KuriOSS   Jun 20, 2019 

I request to join that group but they are not allow it. Any idea to join there?

Petersonross89   Jun 22, 2019 

you probably have the wrong one there is a nother grouo with a close

Petersonross89   Jun 22, 2019 

also cncmadness is cutting them and shipping them contact them and they will hook you

PHD   Jun 13, 2019  

this shit goes hard and its cheap!

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