RotoReno

By jawz on Sep 06, 2017

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Just in time for MultiGP Nationals in Reno, NV. This design is meant for 4in1 ESCs and micro cams only. Losing weight and decreasing drag was the goal with this frame. Thinner but taller arms should provide better airflow without sacrificing strength. In the event that an arm does get broken only one screw needs to be removed for a swap. Slim but strong, this build comes in at 299g w/o battery.

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Whiffles   Sep 06, 2017  

Great photos! Nice looking build too!

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