Flight Club Tokio SX 220mm - RC Groups

Flight Club Tokio SX 220mm

Designed to dominate the race course, the Tokio SX features a stretched 220mm frame with fully chamfered outside edges.

Flight Club Tokio SX 220mm

Available Through ReadyMadeRC

The new Tokio SX is the stretched version of the Tokio by Flight Club. This 220mm stretched frame is designed for going fast on the race course. Flight Club says the stretched design feels tighter around the track because the motors have to work just a little harder to roll a stretched frame versus a true x frame. The additional motor output (more throttle) means more stability in pitch, and hence the tighter feel around a track. The Flight Club Tokio SX retails for $84.99 and is available with different canopy colors.

CLICK HERE for more info on the Flight Club Tokio SX

Features and Specs:

  • Fully chamfered outside edges
  • Completely flat bottom with countersunk screws. Prevents the battery from getting shredded by protruding screw heads.
  • Hypotensed Carbon fiber. The frames are rotated 45 degree so the carbon fiber strands run down the arms
  • Antenna ports slightly below the top of the canopy to minimize damage
  • Easy access to change VTX channels
  • USB ports on sides of canopy
  • Camera angle lock (if used with the FOXEER Arrow or RunCam Swift)
  • Easy to swap battery strap
  • 220mm Stretch X frame
  • 4mm fully chamfered hypotense bottom plate with countersink holes
  • Thermoplastic Polyurethane Canopy
  • Weight 105g

FlightClub Tokio X (10 min 29 sec)

Last edited by Matt Gunn; Oct 11, 2017 at 03:55 PM..
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Oct 30, 2017, 08:15 AM
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kevinjulieevan's Avatar
nice review. i have been seeing these pop up at races more often recently well thought out design. usually pods have been a turnoff for me due to not being able to see what is going on under the hood easily but this looks like it's easy to get the pod off and check things out if not working well. lots of folks are moving to micro swift/micro cams now so a new mounting adapter will likely be needed for these newer small cameras
Nov 01, 2017, 04:09 AM
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It's a nice frame but way overpriced for what is just a base plate and 3d printed canopy.
Nov 04, 2017, 10:50 PM
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Jarrod bath's Avatar
I'm still finalizing the tune on my tokio.
She is a great quad and is capable of crazy speed.
Mine Was built for 5s and damn the speed is ballistic !!
Tokio frame
Hyperlight 2306 2722 kv
Tattu 30 amp esc
Kakute F4
Runcam mini
Tbs unify pro race
Ax stubby
Cyclone 5x4.6x3

5s tokio just playing (3 min 32 sec)
Nov 29, 2017, 08:25 AM
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anyone use a micro swift on one of these? Does it fit?


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