5" of fury.

By Canarka on Sep 14, 2017

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Backup 5" build. Main build is the chameleon but I found out having one 5" quad is never enough.

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snootux   Sep 14, 2017  
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Great build, was waiting fro one with this frame. Should weight around 100g right? How do you like this frame and how does it compare with the chameleon? Does it has enough space for a session and a 1500 lipo on top?

Canarka   Sep 14, 2017 

Yeah frame was 100 grams on the button with all the included hardware. This frame has less space length wise for a build however it has a bit more height wise over the chameleon. Both builds easily fit my vibration dampeners with CL racing F4, RX taped to FC and VTX zip-tied to the top plate.

It has enough space for a session, in fact there will be a 3D printed one in the works that screws and straps down. I'll be moving my VTX antenna but soon as I do the battery can be top mounted as well. Frame feels sturdy enough for the battery and gopro to be on top without issue.

sn8keyz   Dec 08, 2017 

Your iflight frame has an extra carbon fiber piece attached to the back with vtx antenna mounted. Where can I purchase that piece? That piece did not come with my frame.
thx,PR

Canarka   Apr 15, 2018 

Hey, I got that off a different frame actually. Came off an x-bee frame that I had crashed to bits. Not sure where you could get just that.

Kerni FPV   Nov 27, 2017  

did you know if this frame supports the new HQ 5,5zoll props?

FissionBomb   Sep 14, 2017  
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Stealin my frame stealin my name.

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