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Kingkong Q100 100mm Brushed 8520 Motor Frame - $5


more details: http://www.banggood.com/Kingkong-Q100-100mm-DIY-Micro-Mini-FPV-Brushed-RC-Quadcopter-Frame-Kit-Support-8520-Coreless-Motor-p-1087903.html

Description:

Item NO.: Kingkong Q100
Item name: DIY Micro Quadcopter Frame Kit
Material: Plastic
Wheelbase: 100mm
Thickness: 3mm
Motor diameter: 8.5mm
Prop Size: 65mm
Color: White, Yellow, Red (Optional)
Bare weight: 11.6g (Motor not included)
Size: L83mm x W83mm x H35mm

Required (package not include):
4 x 8.5mm motors
4 x 65mm Propeller (2CW & 2CCW)
1 x 250~750mAh 1S LiPo Battery
1 x Flight Controller
1 x VTX Camera

Package included:
1 x Q100 Frame Kit
Last edited by lmpuIse; Sep 18, 2016 at 12:11 AM.
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Sep 18, 2016, 12:53 AM
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For $5 seems worth a try but

batt at the rear, will that make it tail heavy ?
designed for a DIY fpv cam/tx only
compared to a carbon 120mm frame : 120mm frame is lighter & can use bigger props

maybe a ARF full kit is coming out soon : hopefully
Sep 18, 2016, 01:23 AM
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Me likey! Ordered!
These Banggood guys are making me spend too much money. They are the 'dollar store' of hobby stuff, by the time you added up all that you bought, you are spending big bucks.
Sep 18, 2016, 01:54 AM
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i know i saw it somewhere else yesterday
https://www.amazon.com/Usmile-lightw...s=100+mm+frame

available for amazon prime
will anyone do a test drive ?
Sep 18, 2016, 02:11 AM
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I saw that similar frame at http://www.myrcmart.com/products_new.php
Sep 18, 2016, 04:05 AM
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I like this frame
Sep 29, 2016, 06:53 PM
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That frame looks good! But carbon frame costs just a few bucks more and are much lighter, we are talking about micro quadcopter so every gram counts, those tiny motors can't take too much punch.
according banggood, the Latian 105 weights 6,75g and the eachine E100 - 6.65g. that's a huge 4,85g/4,95g difference!
Sep 30, 2016, 06:58 AM
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Originally Posted by dagob
That frame looks good! But carbon frame costs just a few bucks more and are much lighter, we are talking about micro quadcopter so every gram counts, those tiny motors can't take too much punch.
according banggood, the Latian 105 weights 6,75g and the eachine E100 - 6.65g. that's a huge 4,85g/4,95g difference!
Wouldn't have thought there would be that much difference. Will weigh mine when it arrives.
Oct 01, 2016, 01:53 AM
new2rc15
Anyone know the whereabouts of the 16 channel 25mw VTX pictured in the Banggood description?

8.5 Chaolis spinning 65mm props will have no problem whipping 11 grams around. I have everything I need for the build but a VTX, and the frame. I ordered the white canopy model, and my 65mm Gemfans are white. And hey, it's 5 bucks; if it ain't fun, I'll throw it away...
Oct 01, 2016, 02:17 AM
new2rc15
Quote:
Originally Posted by dagob
That frame looks good! But carbon frame costs just a few bucks more and are much lighter, we are talking about micro quadcopter so every gram counts, those tiny motors can't take too much punch.
according banggood, the Latian 105 weights 6,75g and the eachine E100 - 6.65g. that's a huge 4,85g/4,95g difference!
This Q120 has stock U807 8.5 motors, smaller 55mm props, and a Syma X12 FC. The frame weighs 14.8g bare. I think Chaoli motors, 10mm bigger props, and a Scisky will have adequate punch on the Q100

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Oct 01, 2016, 02:22 AM
new2rc15
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Originally Posted by 1101
For $5 seems worth a try but

batt at the rear, will that make it tail heavy ?
designed for a DIY fpv cam/tx only
compared to a carbon 120mm frame : 120mm frame is lighter & can use bigger props

maybe a ARF full kit is coming out soon : hopefully
We're you able to square your Big Whoop frame? I had to Dremel out the motor sleeves a tad to get the motor to slide in, but I am liking it...
Oct 03, 2016, 05:13 AM
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Got mine in today. Looks the goods.





Oct 06, 2016, 10:34 PM
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Bamm!!
Oct 07, 2016, 01:21 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dagob
That frame looks good! But carbon frame costs just a few bucks more and are much lighter, we are talking about micro quadcopter so every gram counts, those tiny motors can't take too much punch.
according banggood, the Latian 105 weights 6,75g and the eachine E100 - 6.65g. that's a huge 4,85g/4,95g difference!
I think the frame geometry, with the motor support being 07*20 to 08*20 are too close to each other. It definitely does not transfer thrust efficiently. I used 55mm and 65mm props, the thrust is good, but only for racing and horizon mode. I desperately tried with different motor and battery configs, but still no dice. When I took off the fpv gear, it became slightly easier to do flips. This frame is good for racing because of the bonnet/canopy to protect the electronics - I mean, I bashed the hell out of this thing, motors come off, the super soft silicone landing feet go missing, batteries fly off () and all I managed was to slightly warp the motor frame by the cup. It's not too bad. CF is still my preference since it's easier to do snap rolls and stuff.
Oct 08, 2016, 01:56 AM
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I find it difficult to get anything to hold the battery in properly. If I crash, I don't want to go and have to put the battery back in every time.


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