Rotorama Shark

By Rotorama on Sep 02, 2019

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Rotorama Shark is a unique frame with fin from carbon fiber. For those who do not like it, it might be replaced by 3D printed one. Actually the top two standoffs are universal platform for any print. You can easily print and mount there a holder for HD camera or anything else you want. This quad has standard size stack but the frame supports also a 20x20mm stacks.

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Part List

Frame

Rotorama Shark
Rotorama.com
$29.25

Flight Controller

Mamba F4 (5 builds)
Rotorama.com
$31.21

ESCs

DYS F30A 4in1 (2 builds)
Rotorama.com
$42.99

Motors

4 x T-Motor LF40 2450KV (3 builds)
Rotorama.com
$70.36

Propellers

T-Motor T5150 (10pcs) - Rotorama (4 builds)
Rotorama.com
$6.99

FPV Camera

Runcam Swift Micro V2 2.3mm (10 builds)
Rotorama.com
$37.45

FPV Transmitter

Runcam TX200U 25 / 200mw + BFCMS (7 builds)
Rotorama.com
$17.99

Antenna

Foxeer Lollipop RHCP Super Mini u.FL (10 builds)
Rotorama.com
$11.67

Hardware

M3 softmount internal (5 builds)
Rotorama.com
$1.59
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