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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UpMostBeast FPV   19 days ago  

sweet looking frame! How heavy is it?

ALPHA OMEGA   19 days ago 

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   5 days ago 

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   6 days ago  

Very impressive, nice attention to detail!

DrMacca   11 days ago  

That looks gorgeous! Great work! 👍

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