LXC BIGGIE 4" Cinewhoop

By rixx on Feb 17, 2020

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I have always been fascinated by different frames that were designed by my friend LXC. I'm always using his frames for Video projects and flying freestyle in general.

I pitched to him an idea of being able to convert my freestyle frame to a cinewhoop style frame.

And this is the result! LXC BIGGIE 4" Cinewhoop!!!

This can be used with the 4" LXC Freestyle frame. I hope he makes a 5" version in the future.

The design of the frame is very nice and yet simple. The arms are connected to the frame with 6 screws and pressnuts in the bottom plate. This will eliminate any play with the arms and will allow swapping arms with ease.

I really like the ducts as it has cut outs for the arms, and you don't need cable ties for the motor wires.

I used components of my spare race quad and converted it to 6S. I'm using a brother hobby 2306 2450kv motor with motor_output_limit to use it in 6s paired with the HQ props 4x4.5x3 (it's quire rare).

Unfortunately, full size cams are not supported if you plan to use it inside the frame. micro cams will be best for this setup.

After assembly and initial hover test, I can say that this setup is very powerful and efficient, Hope to upload a HD video soon.



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thumbtwiddler   Feb 17, 2020  

that frame is awesome! anywhere I can check it out?

rixx   Feb 18, 2020 

hi man! the frame is still in development. the frame maker is actually waiting for my feedbacks before selling them. :) He is a local frame designer here in Philippines. :) i'll update you once it's out. :)

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