Front and rear braces
Easy access bottom plate
Component mounting shelves
V2 Hero+Session mount
Subtle design tweaks
+ The V2 upgrade now matches the Vert Freestyles performance in the air with its serviceability on the bench. The undercarriage plate has been split into three sections allowing the center piece to be easily removed while leaving the arms in place.
+ Internal mounting shelves are now included in the kit. These designated mounting platforms provide room for components on top and wiring to run underneath helping keep a clean and secure build.
+ Arm braces are now included for optional rigidity and durability. The front braces are compatible with 15mm builds only.
+ The new GoPro mount also provides a custom fit for both the Session and the Hero GoPro models, all within the same low weight design.
(All parts backward compatible, although the V2 main body pressnuts have been moved from the bottom to top plate.)
- Mid-mount 5" freestyle frame
- Vertical ams
- Stretched X
- 10mm + 15mm hardware
- GoPro Mount
- Double strap plate
- 3 Battery straps
- RX antenna mounts, straws and caps
- Battery and antenna pads
- Pressnut assembly
- Offset rear prop plane
- Micro cam only - mounts included
Big brother to the Vert Racer
, this low profile - stretched X - mid-mount - vertical arm design (developed by Bob Roogi) now carries a GoPro! Mount included.
Build at a Hyperlow 10mm with an AIO and ESC's on arms, or at 15mm with the included carbon spacers for a 4 in 1 + FC stack build. (Spedix 30a
and Revolt is an effortless fit). Both sets of hardware included.
The 5mm carbon arm spacers used for a 15mm build even allow you to offset the front and rear prop planes by raising the rear arms for cleaner air, avoiding prop wash.
The frame maintains a slim body profile thanks to the strap plate borrowed from the Unibody
series. This allows for dual straps use without compromising main plate integrity, and adds a lateral battery mounting option. The battery is also cushioned by a custom neoprene pad, along with a smaller pad for the VTX antennas SMA
Lowering the battery all the way into the prop plane gives the most neutral control possible. Motors do not have to work as hard to balance a higher CG, making for more fluid control and much smoother transitions. Fast acro maneuvers are effortless, and the acceptable tuning window is greatly increased. Feels just like a sim.