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Diatone Beta110 H4 V2.0 CF Frame Kit

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Diatone Beta110 H4 V2.0 CF Frame Kit

This Diatone Beta V2.0 100mm wheelbase frame is so easy to build it will have you flying in no time. Yet the frame is still a strong build of 1mm carbon fiber. The main change to the quad from the Version 1.0 is in the arm design of the version 2.0. The V2.0 has shorter front arms and longer rear arms.

Added to the kit is a few extra bits and pieces just in case you lose a grommet or two.

Get buzzing around the yard and park.

• Small wheelbase 110
• Tough 1mm carbon fiber frame
• Up to 50mm propellers
• Rubber motor mounts to ease vibration
• Easy build
• Different arm design to the V1.0

Wheelbase: 110
Motor Diameter: 8.5mm
Dimensions: 114 x 85 x 18mm
Front Arms Center to Center: 72mm
Rear Arms Center to Center: 98mm
Bare Weight: 8.5g

1 x Diatone BETA110 V2.0 Frame Kit

1 x 250~950mAh 1S LiPoly Battery
4 x 8mm motors
4 x 50~55mm propellers (CW, CCW)
1 x Flight Controller (recommended Quanum Pico)
4 x ESC’s (not needed if using Quanum Pico FC)
1 x 5-6 channel RX/TX


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Mar 13, 2016

I like this frame so far. It takes 8mm motors and having the arms so far out gives it a good lift profile.

It states you should have the short arms on the front, but I found I couldn't have a camera on it that way, so i fly it 'backwards' by their standards. The long strait arms in the front is more like their ET series anyway.

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