Merica 5 Inch Canopy | Spring 2020 Collection

By Snap Aerial Silhouettes on Nov 11, 2019

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Ultra high resolution aero shroud, state-of-the-art TPU print with optimized custom infill, lending tangible strength and minimal weight, hand-finished

Absolutely zero exposed mounting hardware, but uses your frame's OEM screws

Internally wired Sunon MagLev server cooling fan, and programmable Tiny's LEDs

Snap's gate-munching camera saving feature, Bleeding Shell™

Turtle mode without a shark fin, because rockets don't have those

Check us out at our gorgeous website and fall in love today, link is in the parts list

Be sure to join the email list if we are out of stock (blush, what can we say S;-{|) we make handcrafted racing canopies from the future)

Part List

Frame

Catalyst Machineworks
Catalystmachineworks.com
$20.99

Motors

Brother hobby (3 builds)
Brotherhobby.cn
See Site

Misc Parts

Camera included | Snap (2 builds)
Snapasils.com
$89.99
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thumbtwiddler   Mar 25, 2020  

what fan is that? looks sick

Snap Aerial Silhouettes   Mar 25, 2020 
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Its a micro computer fan from SUNON, uses a high-speed, long lasting hydraulic bearing patented by their company, in the canopy to cool off a hot 20x20 stack and VTX! This particular canopy also has three programmable LEDs, check it out and find out about all the other science that goes into the most innovative racing canopies on the market at our website, snapasils.com

fovea   Nov 11, 2019  

more pictures please

Snap Aerial Silhouettes   Nov 11, 2019 

Please visit our website, snapasils.com, or click the link in the misc. parts section of this post to view more pictures of this canopy.

HK-AERIAL VTOL   Nov 11, 2019  

Oh I know that's fast! :)

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