ToothPick 4" Arms (Pack of 5)

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4" Arms for your ToothPick 3 to make it a TP4!  9x9 M2 mount motor pads still.

Pair with a 4" Prop

These were made by really popular request however we feel these kinda defeat the purpose of the TP3.  Eventually we'll have a dedicated TP4 product just because so many people requested it but the original design was intended to be used as a 3" so the mechanics of the frame changes a bit but it should work out well.  This would be a pretty darn unique flyer...



 


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Robert Bärz (Berlin, DE)
Great for ultralight builds

I love the TP4 for ultralight 4'' builds (but only for ultralight!), i don't know any comparable 4'' frame with this stiffness and weight. It's a great niche product.

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andrew (Vancouver, CA)
TP3 and TP4 frames

Tp4 frame is a nice product and appears solid. Still building drone so have yet to fly it. Love the tp3 version and have flown many times. I like the modular components that can be swapped when an unlikely crash into pavement occurs:).

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Mr. Dronez FPV (Queens, US)
As always GQ

Bar none in terms of quality carbon

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Paul (Buckeye, US)

I used the TP3 frame with these 4" arms and built a sub 60g 2S 4" toothpick and get over 12 minutes of quiet flight on a 2s 550(92g with tattu rline 2s 550). I used a Nameless AIO 12a flight controller with XM+, Panda Nano vtx, BeeBrain V2 camera mount, Caddx Ant lite and HappyModel 1204 5000Kv motors with HQ 4X2.5 props. I was blown away by the how good it flies even on stock Betaflight 4.2.5 pids. Can probably get better performance on the 1204 higher kv motors but I prefer the longer flight times.

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scott fuller (Nashville, US)
ToothPick 4" Arms (Pack of 5)

Tp4 ,4inch props are too much for the arms .Alot of flex . Put 3in. tri-blades back on, and it flew great. Would like to try a 4in,babytooth, frame.

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