Slim Phast - RC Crazed

By tekyguy on Aug 14, 2017

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The RC Crazed Slim Phast is a purpose built racing frame and we are REALLY EXCITED to release it! It is light, strong, and feature packed. This frame is designed around the RunCam Micro Swift FPV camera. Full-size and mini cameras will work but you won't have the same degree of protection for your FPV camera. This thing is very rigid and sports 4mm thick arms that are 12mm wide which are a perfect fit for the EMAX Bullet ESCs. Wide enough so that they don't turn into rubber bands from the torque twisting produced by powerful motors and thick enough to crash and crash and keep on flying. The main plate is 3mm thick and the top plate is 2mm thick. We offer another top plate that is also 2mm thick that is a bit wider and has slots in it for mounting components. There is a slight stretch to the frame and the MTM comes in at 210mm. We went through several prototype revisions to find the right balance of weight, strength and flight characteristics.

Our local Cleveland Quad Squad pilots really put this frame to the test and we kept refining it, a little longer here, a little wider there, a little thinner here and the result is pretty awesome! We include loads of 3d printed parts to complete the package including camera mounts, a micro swift protector, a top plate mounted camera bumper, and a rear standoff mounted VTX and RX antenna mount. We include all these parts in green but you will be able to get them in more colors as well as some more cool 3d printed accessories real soon! We will have a TX03 and XM+ single layer stack mount, arm guards, and a gopro session mount. There is also one spare arm included with the frame.

Weight: 75g with all of the included hardware and 3d parts - 69g with all of the included hardware and only camera mounts for 3d parts
Compatible with 22XX, 23XX motors
5" propellers
3mm thick main plate
2mm thick top plate
4mm thick and 12mm wide arms, perfect for fitting EMAX Bullet ESCs
MTM distance is: 210mm
Designed for the RunCam Micro Swift, but works with most cams
Comes with all kinds of 3d printed goodies



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