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Use this frame in 1.5mm or 2mm with the 1S 3” drivetrain for a super fun and safe 46-55g AUW quad that will knock your socks off! The same pattern is offered in 3mm for the 3S drivetrain if you prefer a unibody over the TP3. It’s impressively stiff and confidence inspiring in 3mm and only 8.3g. You should be aware that the 1.5mm version is not as strong as the 2mm version but it is about 1.1g lighter.
This design is called the ‘Baby Tooth’ not because it’s smaller than the TP3, but because it supports 1S better and is simpler than the TP3. After some heavy refinement, this is the final pattern we landed on.
This frame is cut from T700 carbon but It does not have a chamfer on it. This frame is supposed to be a high value item with the majority of the design time invested into optimizing performance, weight and durability. Customizing the frame with your own hand done sanding on the edges is up to you.
- 115mm diagonal for 3” props
- T700 carbon
- 1.5mm thick ~4.2g (carbon only)
- 2mm thick 5.3g (carbon only)
- 3mm thick 8.3g (carbon only)
- Motor protection bumper
- FC Mounting: 25.4x25.4mm M2 (Whoop mount)
- FC Mounting: 16x16 M2 also on there
It's purpose built for the Baby Tooth concept and kills it at that. Four starts because I'd really like the edges to be chamfered but this is a fairly minor quibble.
It’s light and nimble. My favorite frame so far.
Awsome.so much fun to fly.built well.
Perfect frame for super lightweight 3S Caddx vista build. I putted some heat shrink on the motor guard to have less chance of scratching the frame, and so far even after a few very bad crashes it is still intact.
Would recommend !
Build yourself one and you will love it. The frame and carbon quality are top notch! If your going for extreme performance and weight savings and are a veteran pilot pushing it to the limit, sure go for 1.5mm version but it can break. If your everyone else buy the 2mm version for your 1s shananigans haha. The 3mm version is really for 2s bashing BUT if you live somewhere or fly primarily over hard surfaces like concrete or paved parking lots, parking garages etc, there is some merit to the 3mm cause of how much of an absolute beating it will be able to take on 1s especially if your using a little bigger of a battery for longer flight like a 750mah to 950mah+ the extra thickness will help it survive to those heavier weight BabyTooths out there. But like I said most people are going to be happy with the 2mm version and if you like me and want to support what Kababs doing as well as not have to worry about breaking the 1.5mm or 2mm version just buy a few extras. At the price you can't really go wrong for the quality.