Tarot TL280C Space Through Machine FPV Full Carbon Fiber (White) Frame Only
The Tarot FPV space through the machine gives a new visual experience to quad racing. The overall design has the usual Tarot features of smooth design making it glide through the air due to excellent aerodynamics. The smooth PET Smart shell comes in a variety of eye-catching colors.
The cover comes in a hinged, easy opening design with quick release. This allows for easy access to the electronics. 2.5mm carbon fiber arms mount easily to the frame with Tenon aluminum ESC protection covers for extra strength. The FPV camera mount is easily adjusted.
This is one cool looking multirotor!
• Advanced aerodynamic design
• Lightweight carbon fiber frame
• 2.5mm Carbon fiber arms
• Streamlined Pet Smart shell
• Easy opening shell cover (quick release)
• 2.5mm Carbon fiber arms
• Tenon Aluminum columns
• Adjustable FPV camera mount
• Power Board with XT60 connector
• Shock landing gear
Empty rack height / assembly height: 90.4mm
Empty frame length / Total Length: 220mm / 340mm
Empty frame width / assembly width: 252mm / 370mm
Empty Weight: 143g
1 x Through the body frame kit
1 x JST plug
1 x Power board with XT60 plug
1 x Battery Magic sticky
1 x Battery Ties
1 x English manual
1 x 1800~2200mAh 3S LiPoly Battery (Max dimensions 120x37x27.5mm)
4 x 2204 Brushless motors
4 x 12A ESCs
4 x 6” 3-bade propellers
1 x Mini Flight Controller
1 x 5-6 channel RX/TX
1 x FPV Package
CONS - this thing is TINY. The drone body itself is quite small. I was disappointed when I opened the box. The only difference between the 250, 270, and 280 is the length of the arms. My 260 racing drone is almost TWICE as big. And I bought the Tarot 7° angled motor mounts but it only lets you put in 2 screws to attach the mount to the arms and 2 screws from the mount to the motor, I didn't like THAT either. And also like a lot of other online reviews say: you cant get all 4 mounting screws into the front body panel, only 3 fit. And the aluminum esc covers don't hold your average sized 12a esc's. Maybe a 10a with out shrink-wrap? So they're worthless, they just sit there and look cool. Then there's the canopy... It doesn't flip up and down smoothly. The cross beams are shorter than the mid deck so it rubs against it really bad. Its pinched together on top so it doesn't move very well, I'll end up using small washers to space it better. And lastly, it does NOT come with instructions like it lists in the features. But there's multiple ways to assemble it for different configurations.
PROS - It looks really cool. Seems like a high quality kit minus the canopy issue.3??????????????????????????????????????????