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MR116 / MR116U - NANO KAIDJU 3" - universal - evolutive - ultra light racer

By MOMO RACER on Jan 10, 2020

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Maybe the ultimate 3" racers with high performances, 2 designs versions; MR116 with spare arms, and MR116U with unibody plate, weight is almost the same, but design is different, both versions are durable and compatible with a lot of fpv gear on the market, as the Happymodel Larva X or BETA FPV TWIG XL, it's a real alternative to the TP3 too.

Universal - MR116U / MR116 are compatible with most of motors category, from 1102 3 holes to 1108 4 holes

Evolutive - MR116 with spare arms is compatible with MR105 2.5" toothpicks version, all the elements are common (except the arms)

Beautiful - MR116U is one of the best designed 3" ultra light racer of the category, it's light and durable with less than 10g 3mm unibody plate with renforcements

Ultra light- both are designed for 50g builds, high performances and a high level of efficiency

  • MR116 / MR116U common data -

Concept
3" Ultra Light racer, pur X design

Motors compatibility
90% of the category market: 0802-1102 3 holes 6.6mm, 1103-1108 4 holes 9mm

Fc compatiblity
16x16, 20x20, 26.5 aio
you can mount any aio fc in the right sens with motors and usb plugs

Build weight
less than 53g
less than 95g with a 520hv 3s lipo

  • MR116U technical data -

3mm unibody plate: 9.59g

tpu canopy: 2.82g (high profile model)

fc screw:
4 x 10mm / 12mm m2 screws (nylon is ok)
4 x m2 nuts (nylon is ok)
4x 4mm m2 tpu spacers (free download) or m2 nylon nuts

  • MR116 technical data -

2.5mm bottom: 3.76g

2mm arm: 0.95g

total weight with arm screw: 10.38g

tpu canopy: 2.82g (high profile model)

fc screw:
4 x 10mm / 12mm m2 screws (nylon is ok)
4 x m2 nuts (nylon is ok)
4x 4mm m2 tpu spacers (free download) or m2 nylon nuts

arm screw:
8 x 8mm m2 screws
8 x m2 lock nuts

KAIDJU LINE (from MR80 to MR192)
https://armattanproductions.com/pages/search_item?keyword=KAIDJU

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