Razor XM+

By Jimmy2Fast4U on Oct 19, 2019

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Razor-XM+ Ultralight 3" DVR

Frame: Custom Design - cut @ CNC-Madness
Canopy: Custom Design SLS printed Nylon/Carbon
Motors: RC-in-power 1204
FC: Nameless AIO412
Camera: Runcam Nano-2
Vtx: Diamond Vtx DVR
Props: HQ 3x2
Battery: GNB 3s 450mah



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Junnicutt   7 days ago  

Thats an awesome build. Any chance you'll release the frame and canopy files? Ive been trying to decide on a frame and having a place for everything with that xm+ cutout makes this by far my first pick if it was available anywhere.

LWP_Quad   27 days ago  

Looks awesome. Love that you painted the outside edges light blue. AUW is right where it needs to be too so I bet it will be a great performer. What is your method and choice of paint for painting frames like that? I can never seem to get it right....

Jimmy2Fast4U   27 days ago 

I was recently recommended 'Sharpie Paint Pens' ('oil based' - 'Fine point' tip) and they are amazing, way better than using model paints and brushes.
I did 2 coats with a few hours drying in between, but even after 1 coat the colour is super solid and vibrant (even on a black base)
Used scalpal to clean up edges on frame where not quite perfect.
you can buy the pens individually on ebay, make sure its the 'oil based' version and fine tip if you want to do detailed stuff

catSupremacy   28 days ago  

flight footage? looks great!

Jodie Froster   30 days ago  


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