The SLICK is an all composite construction 220mm tree hugging racing FPV drone. The slick is an all-out proximity FPV machine built to be durable and without the frills of a clean and dirty setup saves weight and ups crash durability.
The arms support motor mounting from 16x19mm and 12mm spacing. The max prop size is 5inch and perfect for the 1704~2206 class motors. The durable composite construction comes with many provisions for mounting and straps, making install a snap. The frame has as a new forward looking FPV camera mount between the frames and a beefed up arm design.
The SLICK has some sleek looks with hot red anodized aluminum standoffs and a cool matte finish, making this a great little quad to zip around your local flying site.
• Composite construction
• Wide range of motor and power options
• Large long frame for more room and easier layout
• Compact size for proximity flying around obstacles
Height: 82mm with landing gear and center cage
4 x Motors 1506~2208
1 x Battery 800~1300mah 7.4~11.1V (2 or 3 cells Lipoly)
4 x Propellers up to 5in
4 x ESC’s 7~12A
1 x Multi-rotor Flight controller
4ch radio (6ch recommended for FPV and FC use)
FPV gear (optional)
Hmotnost ( g )
It can fit all the necessary standard size equipment easy. It is really spacious. It seems durable but pay ATTENTION here.. it is not. Especially if you push a bit too hard from just hovering around for fun this frame won't show signs of wear and one of its arms will eventually brake. Didn't hit the ground fast as it was stabilized and was mainly in hovering mode of flying and I didn't want to brake a prop on the trunk of the tree due to miss direction. It literally dropped from about a half or even a meter and that was just enough.
I had fewer crashes than the hobbyking color frame kit which is made of plastic and I am a very dissapointed with the quality of this. Don't try to save that extra few bucks purchasing this frame and get something more solid like carbon.
Pretty solid frame. Only real beef I have with it is the screws tend to strip if you are not careful, but there are plenty of extras. Be sure the bottom plate red standoffs are tight because if you go to take the top off you may spin the standoff and loosen the bottom screws and then youll have to take the entire bottom plate off to re-tighten the screws. Just a pain but not a big deal. Overall happy with the purchase.*0* Wow just wow, this frame is super cheap, very sturdy and small. The arms themselves are very short so the props come a little bit into the frame compartment itself, this just means you actually have to think about your electronics layout. You cant mount a action camera but you can modify the frame and the spaces on the top of the frame fit rubber dampeners perfectly. Overall great frame, just buy 2 at the checkout for the extra armshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkCC76PRVig
560 gr flight its so nice frame it survived so long time =)it is so cute and little frame with epic durability i broke 4 prop with 600 gr setup with this frame while in a race i was fly at 10-15 meter and still no broken part
i really like it exept landing geard i dont use landing gears i recomend it :)
10 A HK esc
5030 gemfan prop
5.8 fpv setup
2.2A lipoGreat little quad, flies beautifully with a Naze32 acro and 1704-1900 Motors in a 4s setup, even works well in a 3s! Takes loads of hits, nothing is broken. Don't worry about buying spares, this thing is as tough as nails and only costs 10.I am incredibly happy with this frame. I have crashed it at high speeds into: trees, barns, asphalt, bricks, and much much more. The worst that happen was a few scratches but nothing broken. The arms do have flex but I do not notice it in its performance. Overall this is a fantastic frame.In a previous comment I was going to build my SLICK quad with the arms to the top, and that is what I did. But the layout of the electronics just wouldn't work for me, so I rebuilt it with the arms on the bottom as intended - it just goes together better this way. I'm a noob to multicopters, so just happy it flies well. Mine is a bit heavy with all the extra FPV gear on board, so performance isn't blistering, but more than enough speed to raise the pulse rate. I've made a few mods -> The FPV camera tilts using the 'camstab' feature on the Naze32. Fabricated 2 side plates from GF sheet to carry the UBEC and E-OSD internally. There is no vibration isolation mount for recording camera's, so made one using thin GF sheet stuck on gyro mounting foam. There isn't enough room on the frame to use the vibration balls that are normally used. GEAR - Naze32, MultiStar Elite 2204-2300kV, Afro 12A, Gem Fan 5x3 props, MultiStar race spec 1400/3S/40-80c, OrangeRX DSMX sat, Fatshark 600tvl CMOS cam, Boscam 200mW 5.8Ghz vTX.Awesome little frame, worth the money! The frame is strong and does well in a crash situation. There is some bend but it doesn't hurt the frame at all! good quality and gonna build some more 220 quads on this frameclean frame and easy to mount
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