Our second Quad kit. This kit is characterized by all booms being on the same level. Construction is sandwich style. Motor mounts incorporate both our standard 1/16" bent wire gear and optional vertical leg 3/32" music wire or 2.5mm carbon rod (Secures easily with Dubro wheel collar). Un-bent wire is provided for the .062" bent wire option. This air frame kit is a little lower profile than the Quad Designers Kit and a slightly higher weight. Although, it's quite lite and sporty.
By making use of different motor systems and different boom lengths, you can make a quad of any size you like within reason. Our motor mounts are light enough for small outrunners and strong enough for even 28mm size outrunners. You can use this kit as the basis of many special projects. Kit is compatible with all our accessories and based on 10mm booms.
The center platform is 5" in diameter. Each motor mount surface is 1 9/16" (39.7mm) wide and on the same plane as the center component platform. All required parts are included to attach a battery pack mount on top or bottom of platform. Additionally for a clean look, mounts battery placement on bottom sandwich of center pod are provided for both X and + flying configuration. Mounts for auxiliary booms are provide if for example you wish to mount an orientation tail fin or place a gimbled camera on a boom between the motor booms. Wire for landing gear is provided. The gear is mounted on the motor mounts. A bending plan is provided. The kit may be configured for flying in either On-Axis (Cruciform or +) or Off Axis (Racecar or X) configuration.
What you get: All parts for center platform including main boom and auxiliary boom mounts, 4 motor mounts, battery straps, fasteners/stand offs, wire and bending plan for landing gear.
What you need to add: 10mm square arm material (GWS Slow Stick Boom Kits and woody options are listed here), 4 motors, 4 speed controls, stabilizer board of your choice, battery to match (usually 3S 1500-2100) and receiver.
Note, we don't offer control boards for multi rotors at this time. If you want to fly a Quad, you're going to have to figure all the electronics out for yourself. For now, we are offering air-frame kits and accessories.
Michael Crash Hancock's Stinger Quad Build Log/Review.