SL 2.5"

By Flydynamics on Jul 15, 2017

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2.5" custom frame copying the geometry of the Catalyst Machineworks Superlight frames.
Emax bullet (Not impressed at all with them) soon replaced by Lumenier 12A 4in1 (Very impressed with them)


Sign in to comment   Jul 16, 2017  

Cool build. What is the weight excluding battery? I have the same motors but was thinking they are better suited to 2.5". How long do you get in the air with the 260mah batts? Thanks

Flydynamics   Jul 17, 2017 

Frame without pack is 50g. Flight time depend on how much power you will use, I generally land after 2.5minutes with around 20% left in pack. If you go slower you can go 3 or 4 minutes. This frame can handle up to 68mm but props on it are 65mm which is 2.59" ;-)
I'm very happy with this frame, a HUGE improvement in flight characteristics compare to the RV90 that I designed earlier this year.

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