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True X
Squashed X
Dead Cat
6" [+$4.00]
V2 Hero 5/6/7
V2 Hero 8
Current version 1.2: 6mm arms + updated bottom brace

An extension of the HYPERLOW RS series - the RS+ caters toward the freestyle crowd with its extended body, true-X and squashed-X arm options, and new dual GoPro mount. 

Top mount low profile freestyle frame
6mm True-X & stretched-X 5.2” arm options
Chamfered matte carbon
Antennas + mounts + straps 
Battery and antenna pads
New dual GoPro mount 
Fits CADDX Vista with a 20x20 FC Stack 
(for Air Unit compatibility, consider the RS+ EX)

With the RS originally being conceived as an all-in-one top mount racer and freestyle quad - the RS+ continues its trend by offering a small footprint lightweight freestyle setup with its skinny arms and narrower chassis for micro cams and 4in1 ESC's. 

(Fans of full-size rigs which can accommodate any FPV camera size and mount ESC's on arms need apply here.)

A Closer Look:

+ The two RS+ arm designs allows you to switch between squashed and true x arms on the same body, even allowing you to mix the two for a deadcat option. This ensures clean HD footage, clear of props if you wish. 

+ The modular design features 4 separate arms which butt up against each other and are secured with slim braces at two different points to ensure rigidity. 

+ The carbon has a subtle chamfer and silky matte finish. A departure from traditional layered sheets, it is fully woven which means zero delamination.

+ As standard on Hyperlow frames, the RS+ features a removable front camera plate which can be easily and quickly replaced instead of an entire bottom plate. 

+ No matter which GoPro form factor you fly the new HD mount has you covered with a snug Session fit, and a strapless Hero 5/6/7 adapter.

+ All other Hyperlow and Brain3D mounts are compatible due to standardized FC mounting pattern around the FPV cam.

RS and RS+ Part Compatibility:

- The RS arms (stretched X 4"5" and 6") are compatible with the extended RS+ body. Likewise the RS+ arms (squashed X and True X) are compatible with the shorter RS body. 

- Top plates and bottom plates are not cross compatible however. An RS+ top plate cannot be used with an RS bottom plate, and vice verse. 

- The underside brace plates have slightly different geometries to match the arm angles also - so please pay attention when pairing arm type with brace type for an exact match (they are compatible otherwise).

Please email Rich at [email protected] for additional customer service. 

5 Stars
Another phenomenal flyer from hyperlow! I've got this one in true-x and it's balanced, fast and top-dollar! The engineering Richard puts into these things makes building them TONS of fun- EVERYTHING is so well thought out!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Cedar Park. on 2/23/2019
5 Stars
This frame is amazing. Full stop. It's $70, has chamfered carbon, thick arms, it's compact, it's reasonably light, it's tough, and not to mention it's gorgeous. I only recently broke an arm due to a 150ft spinning tumble onto the ground. I put a Caddx Vista in the back with a Tmotor ESC and FC in the middle. picture attached for fit. The included camera mount will be a bit tight with this setup (with the short Vista cable), so I printed my own. I did use my own hardware, I didn't like the bolts that came with it, cap head ones are much more durable when skidding. I also elected to use my own 15mm standoffs because I didn't need the full 20mm that I ordered it with. Check out my Thingiverse www.thingiverse.com/thing:4348728 for a more traditional-style Gopro mount, and my profile for a mount for the Vista camera. Support is also fantastic-I ordered the wrong frame accidentally and had a bunch of questions, Rich (I'm answered them all and changed my order no hassle. Hats off to Richard, absolutely amazing. This is my go-to frame for 5 inch freestyle for the foreseeable future. If you're considering buying it, do it. I also included an image of the snapped arm if Richard is interested for future designs.
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Reviewed by:  from California. on 8/11/2020

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