Mutant 4 "Beast"

By corristo25 on Apr 03, 2020

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Finally builded one of ultralight. Flies ultra great! :D

Mutant frame https://racerxfpv.com/twig-mutant-4

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Nikotttin   Apr 06, 2020  
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Ultralight? :)

corristo25   Apr 06, 2020 
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It's 159g dry, 242g with CNHL 650mAh 4s LiPo. Quite heavy ultralight 4", but still sub 250g :) Seen a lot lighter builds on that frame. Even a 5" ET5 under 250g :D

Nikotttin   Apr 06, 2020 

I had written more than a single word and an emoji... I'm usually much nicer than that :D Somehow my phone does not allow me to add longer comments. Very odd. Anyone else has that issue?

I agree with Fovea above... This is a nice and clean build. At 18.3gr each and you made it less than 160gr. Nice! I'm jealous!

fovea   Apr 06, 2020  
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very nice build

@nikottin
you have to compare the prop diameter to the weight to decide if its an ultralight in its class, usualy 4inches are 150g+

corristo25   Apr 06, 2020 

Thank you :)

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