Mosqyto Raptorial - Anomaly Drones

By Krb5137 on Mar 28, 2017

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This is a new HD racing frame from Anomaly Drones named the Mosqyto Raptorial. "Raptorial" because it includes replaceable 4mm thick arms. Frame comes with custom rubber mounting hardware for the entire Connex ProSight Suite of hardware. (https://www.anomalydrones.com/products/mosqyto-raptorial) The canopy (and entire prosight suite) can be easily removed to reveal the FC and ESC stack for ease of maintenance.

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Tech-D   Apr 25, 2017  

Looks very clean and sexy. Waiting for mine to be delivered so I can start my build.

Tech-D   May 01, 2017 

Just got the frame in this past weekend. Waiting for a few more parts to come in so it can be built.

TheMrJahn   Mar 29, 2017  

Copy-Pasting photos from other site just not good, bro! Or this is not a build, it's just an ad of your frame.

Krb5137   Mar 29, 2017 

I designed the frame and all the rubberized components, I cnc'd the carbon frame and printed all the rubber parts, and I'm offering the frame for sale. My site, my build, my design.

I'm proud of the design and wanted to share on RotorBuilds--nothing wrong with that.

Whiffles   Mar 29, 2017 

Greetings! I run RotorBuilds and I'm perfectly fine with frame designers and stores sharing their builds. In fact I encourage it!

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