Gatehunter Neo 6S

By Dave_C FPV on Oct 05, 2019

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The Gatehunter Neo is an all new performance frame I designed for racing setups with 20x20 stacks and big motors (2207 and more).
Since 6S and >30A capable stacks start to get mainstream I think it's time to take advantage of it. Using only 20x20 stacks made it possible to design this frame to be VERY aerodynamic/low drag and light (66g). And holy Sh*** the increase in top speed, acceleration and cornering speed is absolutely noticeable!
On 6S and 5150 props that setup is SERIOUSLY overpowered for its 255g dry. Hard to describe but the quad literally feels like there is no gravity at all. Unreal!

As usual this frame is open source an available on Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3890586

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