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Jan 17, 2016, 04:45 PM
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New Product

MRM180 & MRM225 Carbon Fiber FPV Race Frames

MultiRotorMania is proud to bring you two new frames that are sure to be the strongest frame at the track!
We cut our new MRM180 & MRM225 frames out of the finest 3k twill weave carbon fiber on the market.
Available with a 4mm thick main plate for that extra protection or go with the 3mm thick version for a light weight approach!

The MRM180 is 180mm motor to motor and is designed to fit a 4" prop.
Fully assembled weighs in at 66 grams for the 3mm version or 86 grams for the 4mm version.

The MRM225 is 225mm motor to motor and designed to fit a 5.5" prop.
Fully assembled the MRM225 weighs 78 grams for the 3mm version or 100 grams for the 4mm version.

Get the MRM225 frame here or Get a fully equipped race bundle here!

Both frames are available in either 4mm thick or 3mm thick main plates!

4MM thick frames are cut with M3 holes for 2204 motors

3MM thick frames are cut with M2 holes for 1806 and 1306 size motors.

Frame kits include standoff's & hardware, mini HD mount with rubber isolation balls & two different FPV camera mount designs.

Use the two vertical mounts on the Mini FPV Camera (HS1177 & Similar) for a fully adjustable angle.

Or choose to use this FPV camera mount, set at a 20 degree angle and will work for any FPV camera with an adjustable threaded lens.

For all the details make sure to visit!

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Jan 17, 2016, 04:45 PM
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Here are some Build pix sent in from our customers:

Jesse Flovin:

MRM 180 with DYS 1306-3100kv motors, DYS XM20A ESC & 4045 GemFan props
MRM DragonFly32 Flight Controller, TS5823 200mw 5.8ghz vTX

Michael Pham:

MRM 180 with Titan 2204-2300kv motors, MRM Zeus 20A ESC & 4x4x3 HQprops
MRM DragonFly32 Flight Controller, Hawkeye 200mw 5.8ghz vTX

MRM225 with Titan 2206-2150kv motors, MRM Zeus 20A ESC & 5x4x3 HQProps
DoDo V3 Flight Controller, Hawkeye 200mw 5.8ghz vTX
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Jan 17, 2016, 05:34 PM
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Jan 18, 2016, 07:36 PM
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been flying the 225 for about a week. loving it =]

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Jan 19, 2016, 04:32 PM
My 180 did quite well at the xdc races in Vegas
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Jan 19, 2016, 06:32 PM
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Typo in the summary description

Quick Overview:
An awesome mini FPV racing platform with our high quality carbon mini 225 frame.
Jan 19, 2016, 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by ver2go

Typo in the summary description

Quick Overview:
An awesome mini FPV racing platform with our high quality carbon mini 225 frame.
Thanks for the heads up. Fixed it. Good eye!
Jan 20, 2016, 05:21 PM
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My MRM180

Here's a pic of my MRM180. I used the MRM Titan 1806-2300kv motors and the DYS XM20A ESC. Its using 4x4x3 HQProps and with a 4S battery it does pretty good. With the Yi Cam and a 1300mah 4S it weighs just over 500 grams.

I flew it the other day with a 1050mah 3S and no Yi, it weighed just over 340 grams but seemed to handle really really well for a 3S!
Jan 23, 2016, 02:46 AM
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MRM250 v3

Final final. They'll be in stock next week

Notable changes/upgrades -

New angled Mobius mount.
New MRM arms.
Mini Cam mount or angled plate mount - both included
Front plate cut away for 40 degree FPV camera angle
Balance points on top and bottom plate
More usable battery strap locations
Holes for screw access on bottom plate
ESC zip tie mounting positions on bottom plate (for spacer users)
VTX mount with holes for viewing dip switches or display.
Still works with all aftermarket MRM/ZMR PDBs, printed parts and accessories!

Jan 31, 2016, 05:59 PM
we dont NEED roads!
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My MRM225 build

Here are a few pictures of my MRM225 build.

I used the Titan 2204-2300kv motors. These have proven to be some very tough motors. And together with the HQ 5x4x3 prop and 4S its very smooth with plenty of speed. Of course I went with Zeus 20A esc's and the DragonFly32 board with cleanflight installed.

With a Tattu 1300mah 4S 75C and a Mobius camera it totals an AUW of 539grams

The MRM225 is designed to fit 5.5" props, you can see how good they look mounted here:

After a couple flights, I went back to the 5x4x3 props for a smoother acrobatic experience. And I also swapped out the camera mount for a Yi

I am really pleased with this quadcopter. The build is very easy with just enough room for all your components. Plus 5" props on a 2204 motor is really the perfect pair on a 4S and the 4mm thick carbon fiber on this frame is rigid and handles the power great. The quadcopter is extremely responsive and is way more nimble than my 250mm quad with the same power plant. 1550mah batteries look a little big strapped to the frame, but you can't tell from the goggles.

I am getting approximately 4 minutes of fast flight on a 1300mah 75C and closer to 7 minutes with a 1550mah. Using the new Tattu 75C Racing Series.
Feb 05, 2016, 11:57 PM
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MRM225 - Cobra 2204 - Zeus20A

Hey guys, thought I'd share my new MRM225 build here with yall. During the winter lull I started to consider building a smaller build with a focus on racing. Our FPV league season begins in March, so I figured now would be the perfect time to get something built and dialed in. Enter the MRM225. Coming from a ZMR250, I was looking forward to the weight savings and overall smaller frame. I also decided to get a bit fancy and attempt a "clean" build for a change. Normally my builds lean a little bit more towards the "accessible" side. Never again will I put myself through the torture that is nylon braiding. I fear for the day I have to replace an ESC.

Back to the frame, the 4mm version is stout... Like really stout. So far I've rocked a handful of trees while flying and it just doesn't care. The frame has plenty of room for everything and can be neatly arranged while still remaining accessible. So yeah, I guess I'll end this post with some pictures from my build process and a couple videos with the MRM225 shot over the past couple of days

MRM225 Tuning Day -- DAL Props T5045 TriBlade -- Bluegrass.Multirotor (3 min 49 sec)

HobbyKing Graphene Lipo Battery First Flight -- 4s 1300mah 65c -- Bluegrass.Multirotor (5 min 14 sec)
Feb 07, 2016, 04:40 PM
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Hey guys just wanted to post up a recent video of my MRM225 ripping through a tree section at the local soccer field. Hope you guys enjoy!!!

MRM 225 Michael Pham 02/06/16 (3 min 0 sec)
Feb 10, 2016, 03:03 PM
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Awesome guys!! Keep the posts coming!

Here's an unboxing by Troy at Atx productions.

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Feb 11, 2016, 07:26 PM
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What Yi mount from the MRM store fits this little guy?

This one:

Or this one:

I would also like a TPU mount for my Machete. What one would you recommend I use for that? I realize you don't sell a specific one for the Machete and this isnt its thread but what 1 of the 2 you sell would be easiest to modify onto there you think?

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