By ALPHA OMEGA on May 06, 2020

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After spending the last months of learning to fly with a GEPRC Phantom, I wanted to make it more like a race drone. So I made a frame design, what has a streched X and a much lower profile. I also took some T-Motor 11000KV 1103 Motors for some more speed. Equipped with the Phantom original Stack, HQ 65mm props and a Runcam Racer 2 Micro, Furious RC VTX Antenna, and TBS RX and some Iflight LED´s on the arms.
I just start this hobby, but all I can say is, this thing is flying awesome! A huge difference between the original Phantom. Easier to fly and more aggressive on the same way. I use 2S 550mAh batteries and the speed is crazy with those new motors. I really love it!



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Tom44   Jun 28, 2020  

what frame is it?

Tom44   Jun 28, 2020 

really nice!! is there space for the dji air unit

ALPHA OMEGA   Jun 30, 2020 

I designed this frame by myself.

ALPHA OMEGA   Jun 30, 2020 

Nope. Not enough space for this.

UpMostBeast FPV   May 06, 2020  

sweet looking frame! How heavy is it?

ALPHA OMEGA   May 07, 2020 

Thank you! The weight is 70g - with battery 100g. The frame is made of 3mm carbon fibre. Maybe a little bit on the heavy side ;)

Abonacci   May 21, 2020 

You should be able to go down to 2mm easily as this weight. Also Im sure if you upload the design files to thingiverse , you would have many people downloading copies and getting them cut to fly. This is a very nice looking quad. Great work. Much better than my first attempt at design !

L0stB1t   May 19, 2020  

Very impressive, nice attention to detail!

DrMacca   May 14, 2020  

That looks gorgeous! Great work! 👍

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