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Frame comes as shown with landing gear, arms, rear boom, rear block, fiberglass pivot, retainer Colet, Uper plate and spacers, Screws and blind nuts.
Frame comes as shown with landing gear, arms, rear boom, rear block, fiberglass pivot, retainer Colet, Screws and blind nuts.
Weight 3.5 oz (100grams) without landing gear 4.5 oz (130grams) with gear.
my fully built copter weighs 13.5 oz (382grams) as seen in pictures built with no battery.
10 inch (254mm) from motor to motor.
arms fold for transport or unintended landings.
motors sunnysky 2204 2300kv
esc 12a SimonK flashed for this motor. (magics from buddyrc or 12a fire from readytoflyquads.)
controller KK2.1 board from me or buddyrc (the kk2.1 from hobbyking firmware does not support aerobatics.)
servo towerpro S90MG
Posted by Waymond Bishop on 26th Jul 2016
This is a replacement for a Mini-T copter I bought directly from Matt at the Pecan Patch RC fly this year. He helped me quite a bit with how to fly it and set up everything in my DX6 so that I was ready. I began to fly "Acro" and crashed this frame about 15 times (pretty badly) and the last one did it in. The new Mini-T frame received was perfect! Well packaged and very fun to build. Thanks Matt!
Posted by Sam wickham on 28th Jun 2016
I'm very impressed!
Everything arrived well packaged and in perfect condition.
The frame itself is nicely made and went together just like it did in the video.
I really enjoyed the build.
Thanks again Matt for your help with the setup.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Apr 2016
It's very simple and comes assembled.
Posted by Alan on 4th Mar 2016
What a blast! Very easy to assemble, looks great, and SUPER durable. Got a little bold the second day of flying and nosed straight down into the grass at full throttle, straightened the front arms, zip tied one motor, wiped off the dirt, and went right back to flying!
Posted by Rick Maddox on 6th Oct 2015
I was running a KK2 on the top plate and decided to try a Naze 32 with right angle pins.
The Naze 32 fits between the top and bottom plate for a VERY clean setup.
Posted by Nathan on 23rd Sep 2015
I've been flying FT Tri and Quads for the past year but have not progressed as much as I have in 2 weeks of flying this T. The layout makes keeping orientation so much easier. Everything just works. I'm doing flips and high speed runs now that I would never have the confidence to do before. I haven't tested the durability yet, but I've just added a FPV setup to it, so I'm sure I'll have an incident soon.
If you can hover a larger aircraft, flying this will be no problem.
Posted by Jeremy Cowgar on 24th Aug 2015
I fly a hexacopter for video, a few 450's and a whole host of mini 250s. This Mini T is the best mini I own and has replaced my good old faithful 250 quad as my goto multi rotor. On the first day out, I dramatically overestimated a loop and nosed the thing straight into the ground. It bounced about 5 feet high. I figured broken props, frame damage or worse. To my surprise, I didn't even break a prop! The front arms folded back taking the brunt of the impact. Since that wreck, I've now flown it more aggressive than I have ever flown any of my CF frames, had a few more spectacular crashes with no damage. I know I have broken CF frames in far less severe crashes.
That is just durability. The thing flies fantastic. I purchased the KK2 board, motors and few accessories from Matt, followed his videos, plugged in the gains and wow... I'm loving it.
Matt went above and beyond when he saw I purchased most components, but forgot a few. A friendly phone call from him to me to make sure I was able to fly when it arrived solved everything. There he gave me some additional build and flying tips to ensure my success.
Highly recommend working with Matt and flying any of his frames, but especially this Mini T.