5" Mini Quadcopter Frames for FPV and Racing Drones
The 5" frame is the industry standard sized quadcopter for freestyle and racing drones. They are referred to as 5" frames not because of the size of the frame itself, but the maximum size propeller that it can spin.
5" frames have been found to be the perfect medium between size and power. Larger frames tend to lose mobility and agility, while smaller frames struggle to have the same power, torque, and efficiency as their 5" counterparts.
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The Boomer is a 230mm stretch-x drone racing frame that sports 3mm plates and 4mm arms. It has countersunk screw holes on the bottom for bottom mount racing and LiPo strap slots on both plates if you want to switch it up for freestyle.
From Kid Khaos Designs, the Kabuki is a freestyle low profile frame that supports 5" propellers, full-size, mini, and micro cameras alike.
The Force F215 is a sideways stretch-x freestyle frame. Its unique arm orientation offers a very nimble and locked in feel. With over 200 hrs of development and prototyping, it is one of our most popular frames yet.