Racer 4LA

By MBC on Mar 08, 2020

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All the information about this project can be found at: https://mbc-35.square.site/
The design of this drone was based off the DRL Racer 4. Currently a add your own electronics kit is up for purchase. I am still working on getting all the custom LEDs and electronics produce.


Part List


Racer 4LA Frame Kit | MBC (2 builds)
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4 x Avenger 2510 Motor (4 builds)


HQ Durable Prop 7X4X3 Light Grey (2CW+2CCW)-Poly Carbonate-POPO (3 builds)


RDQ Series 18.5V 5S 2200mAh 80C Long Range LiPo Battery - XT60 (24 builds)
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HK-AERIAL VTOL   Mar 08, 2020  

Is it CF wrapped in an injection molded cover?

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MBC   Mar 12, 2020 

This problem is known and we are working on fixing the price, $50 is not the final price.

aGrav   Mar 26, 2020 

What material are you printing the shell in? TPU is practically indestuctable! if you were to print in this, you would never have to replace these parts. If anyone needs printing tips for TPU, Shoot me a Message. Carbonfiber filled Nylon is also very durable and light compared to other 3DP materials.

MBC   Apr 04, 2020 

The canopy is currently printed from PETG but POLYCARBONATE versions are currently being prototyped.

Minichado   Mar 23, 2020  

Do you run the 4LA kit site?

kisselcj@gmail.com   Mar 09, 2020  

Very cool 3D Printed Shell.

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