Zypher... but I just met her...

By Weirdbeard on Jan 21, 2018

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My buddy Sky has been flying this awesome weird Z frame that actually makes a ton of sense because it offers tons of clean air to your props and naturally wants to go forward. Now that I have the hang of flying I decided to build one, and man does this thing fly on rails!!! The more camera tilt the better it will fly on its own. This is not a beginner build as in my opinion it needs more than 35 degrees of camera tilt, it's also a slightly tricky build but ton of fun on the track.

This frame comes in 4mm and 5mm versions and is tough as nails!
I also wanna thank Andy for his pod design!!! It's up on thingyverse.

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morsha   Mar 11, 2018  

Hi, did the 20A spedix were up to those motors?

Weirdbeard   Aug 04, 2018 

yeah i use 20a speedix on 2205 up to 2700 kv depending on the weight of the build

RipmonsterFpv   Jun 22, 2018  

Do you feel less yaw authority with the sides closed off?

Weirdbeard   Aug 04, 2018 

maybe now that you mention it

bingerz   Jan 26, 2018  

i love the shape of this frame! i'm planning on using this split-level design on my next build. Glad i came across yours, because I knew about the moka simplex and the xy215...never even heard of this. thumbs up it's looking sweet!

Weirdbeard   Jan 27, 2018 
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Sky designed it, you should go grab one at box o props hes a racer thay designed his own frame and its great!

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