Great frame, good enough carbon and overall build quality. Would've been nice to see it come with an option to install 20x20mm boards and cubes. That didn't bother me much, since I wanted to run it with the Racerstar Tattoo F4S, but that could help save some weight and offer a more versatile frame. Its weight is its only flaw - which is an acceptable trade-off for what you are getting.
It comes with cheap screws which have been replaced with some nice carbon steel screws. I also replaced the stand-offs with red knurled stand-offs but this was just to complement the theme of the quad, sort of... Screws and stand-offs are from Suleve are of outstanding quality. The screws that come with it are no good.
Also I had to do quite a bit of modding but it's mainly due to my needs and components, so it's not the frames fault.
1. I used only one stand-off in the rear so I had to drill a hole for it. This is due to the Racerstar TattooF4S which I had to rotate 180° for the USB port to point to the rear. With 2 stand-offs it would've been inaccessible.
2. I first installed the camera in its intended position but due to the large 12mm lense it wouldn't fit in between the front stand-offs. Moving the stand-offs apart would make them collide with the props. So I swapped the upper stand-off with the camera, moving it down where the cam is actually intended to be...
That said, a camera with an 8mm lense would fit flawlessly in there.
FC/ESC AIO: https://www.banggood.com/Racerstar-TattooF4S-30A-BLHELI_32-4in1-ESC-5V-BEC-w-F4-Flight-Controller-AIO-OSD-Current-Sensor-p-1184869.html?rmmds=myorder
Cam: Foxeer Monster V2
October 31, 2017