HYPERLOW VERT FREESTYLE

By richrd on Jan 30, 2018

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New Vert Freestyle..... bigger brother to the Vert Racer.... now carries GoPro and larger electronics.

http://hyperlowframes.com/Vert-Freestyle_p_56.html

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Part List

Frame

Vert Freestyle (10 builds)
Hyperlowframes.com
$75.00

Flight Controller

RaceFlight Revolt F4 Flight Controller - V2 with bobbins!
Readymaderc.com
$30.99

ESCs

Spedix IS30 4-in-1, 2-4S LiPo DShot_600 BLHeli_S 30A ESC (87 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$49.99

ESCs

Spedix IS30 4-in-1, 2-4S LiPo DShot_600 BLHeli_S 30A ESC (87 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$49.99

Motors

4 x PyroDrone HyperLite 2307-2522 Team Edition (16 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$91.96

FPV Camera

RunCam Micro Swift 2 Orange 2.1 Lens (49 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$26.99

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV(SMA) (499 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$49.95

Antenna

Menace RC - Raptor Antenna - RHCP (34 builds)
Readymaderc.com
$9.99

Receiver

TBS CROSSFIRE micro receiver V2 (259 builds)
Team-blacksheep.com
$34.95
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FlyingSquirrelFPV   May 01, 2018  

How durable are the vertical arms?

richrd   May 08, 2018 
1

they hold up great! the overall profile is 5mm x 10mm and the kit ships with 5 arms.

QuadX   Apr 25, 2018  
1

Hey Richrd! Loving this frame!!
Im thinking of making a folding frame and was wondering whether i could use this one, by just removing the outer bolts and folding the arms to the front and rear? Do you reckon this is possible th your frame?

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QuadX   Apr 25, 2018 

Do you think a wing nut with a spring washer would work better?

richrd   Apr 25, 2018 

hmm, i dont think any better or worse. whats the reason you want to have it fold? just to make transporting easier?

QuadX   Apr 25, 2018 

ok thanks. yeah just trying to put together a selection of parts (frame/goggles/Tx/batteries) that'll be as compact as possible and easy to transport and set up. The kind of system you can just chick in your bag and go, DJI mavic style.

wiytboi   Mar 11, 2018  
1

It flys amazingly.. I got this and there unibody version and this one in my favorite. Mid mount on unibody is awkward cause landing on a think body piece compared to spread out arms, it’s smooth, only have broke 1 arm, and was only the top piece, plan on making another make them my go to quads.

Currently   Jan 30, 2018  
1

The Hyperlow frames look really cool, does it work well in flight? Also if you wanted the stretch to be horizontal could you just switch where the arm and standoff is?

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Currently   Feb 02, 2018 
1

More like an alien I think? I don't know that much about frames so maybe what I'm describing is a "true X". Is there a true X hyperlow vert frame?

richrd   Feb 02, 2018 

Gotcha. The alien goes the other way and is a squashed X, with smaller distance between the front and rear motors and greater distance between left and right. The top mount (and invertable to midmount) frame the HYPERLOW CG is a true X. That has no stretch to keep props out of view of GoPro footage. With the Vert, as its a midmount only, the GoPro sits much lower so props are going to be in footage regardless, so there was no reason not to make it stretched. I can do custom cuts if you ever want to try a true x vert, but if you want a true X midmount then the HYPERLOW CG already exist: http://hyperlowframes.com/HYPERLOW-CG_p_57.html

Currently   Feb 02, 2018 
1

Cool! I might look into getting a custom cut squashed X vert frame when my current frame dies. Keep up the epic frames!

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