Frame is lighter than v1
Added support for 0802 motors from Beta Pro2 /Mobula7
Lighter nylon M2 standoffs
Now Supports Beta Pro2
Now includes the mounting hardware for the whoop size stack
3K Carbon Fiber frame
No Prop view
Supports Rakon Heli 40mm propeller guards or the Beta75x frame guards (not included, purchase separatly)
Top or bottom mounted lipo battery
Tpu camera mount to reduce vibration
Support 16x16 , 20x20 or the diagonally mounted beta75x or mobula stack
25mm stack height to fit most of your components with ease
CF are cut along the weave.
4g. CF and 8g. includes hardware on the Rakon version
6g. CF and 10g. includes hardware on the 75X version
1mm 3K carbon fiber bottom plate
1mm 3K carbon fiber top plate
Size: 92mm MTM
Flexible TPU 3D printed parts
Supported FC stack bottom plate : 16x16 , 20x20, 36x36
Top plate have a 20x20 hole pattern for mounting the Runcam split mini2 or Caddx Turtle
Motor hole dimension: 9mm & 6.6mm (2nd batch)
Included in the kit:
1pc. CF bottom plate
1pc. CF top plate
Set of mounting hardware , now includes mounting hardware for the whoop stack
3D printed camera mount
3D Printed antenna mount
3D printed battery strap
You will need an M2x6mm standoffs , screws and nuts if you are using the standard whoop stack
Prop guards are not included and must be purchased separetly see link below.
Beta75X Stack , Mobula7 Stack , HGLRC Zeus AIO, Super S 16x16 stack
1103 10,000KV motors or higher , Beta75X 1103 motors, 0802 Motors (V2 75x kit only)
40mm Beta75x 4bladed props or similar
Runcam Split Mini 2 or Caddx Turtle for HD or EOS1/2 for non HD build
Micro VTX 25~200mw
Any micro receiver RX or your choice
300~450mah 2S lipo battery
Rakon guards: Plastic Guards or Aluminum guards
Cheaper alternative to the Rakon guards : Click Here
Alternative Build (power whoop)
No prop guards
48mm or 1.9" Propellers on 1103 motors
with HD setup or standard non HD EOS2 camera for an even lighter build.
Which Frame Should i buy?
Beta 75X version : If you are going to use an 1103 motors and Beta75x frame guards and and includes M1.6 motor screws
M7 / Pro2 version : If you are going to use 0802 motors and M7 /Pro2 frame guards and includes M1.4 motor screws
Rakon Version : If you are going to use the Rakon 40mm guards ( see link) with 1103 motors
-Remember that this is not a direct conversion kit for your Beta75x. This frame supports 20x20, 16x16 and 36x36 so you can use a wide variety of stack , use the one you think that would work best for your build. The recommended build is just a guidline.
-Following the recommended build will saves you a lot of headache avoiding the hassle of sourcing for parts thats can be hard to find.
-Keep your build as light as possible by using lighter components .Proper cable management is also very important to save on weight.
-If you are using a 16x16 or whoop fc stack you will need to mount the 20x20 Runcam Split Mini2 or Caddx Turtle on the top plate unless you are building a straight 20x20 stack
-For Beta75x version kit you will need to cut the Beta75x frame into 2 or 4 parts using a simple wire cutter.
-For M7/Pro2 version kit you will need to cut the M7/Pro2 frame individually.
-For Rakon Heli prop guards you can use either the plastic or the recommended aluminum version. Make sure to select the Rakon kit on checkout
-The Beta75x frame/guards have a smaller M1.6 holes vs M2 on the 1103 motors, slightly widening the holes on the plastic guards will makes motor mounting a breeze. This only applies to the Beta75x guards and not the Rakon guards.
-Remeber this is a cinematic quad meant for smooth slow HD recording , it was never meant to be as fast as your stock 75X or M7 its just not gonna happen as the weight on the HD camera alone is already at 13g. you can however make it more responsive and punchy by downgrading to a cmos non hd camera or even remove the prop guards and without a prop guards you now have more room for a bigger 48mm or a 1.9" props!
Note: Pictures shown are for illustration purposes only and some are not included with the kit, see product description for details.
Check out the build update from Albert Kim's Youtube channel, this time he is using the Mobula7 parts for an even lighter build.
3D Printed Parts: