Hovership ZUUL Racehound 285
This is currently my favorite frame. The foldable arms make the ZUUL so freaking tough. The wide body makes building a breeze.
The base plates are spaced apart 10mm for mounting the ESCs inside the body. The wider body of the Zuul frame allows for more room to mount components.
All of the arms on the Zuul can be folded in for compact transport. The folding arms also collapse during a crash to prevent damage to the frame. Don’t want the arms to fold? No problem, there is a fixed position hole for that!
- Firewall plate to keep the battery from impacting the flight controller. Firewall is not compatible with larger flight controllers with 45x45mm mounting.
- CCD camera mounting plate
- SMA extension mounting holes in top plate
- Small cutout in arms for mounting LEDs under the arms and running the wires up to the topsides of arms
- Battery strap cutouts on belly, rear of base section and top plate
- Mounting holes and cutout on base for PDBs with 30.5×30.5mm hole spacing
- 2204 size motors with M3 16x19mm mounting pattern
- 20A ESCs
- 5-6” props
- 3-4S power, 1300-1800mAh capacity batteries
- CCD board camera
- Mobius or similar camera
- Carbon fiber frame
- 3D printed ABS plastic base spacers
- Hardware kit
- M3x6mm motor screws
- Weight: 170g (including motor screws)
- Wheelbase: 285mm (diagonal motor to motor). Fits 6″ props.
- Material: 3K weave carbon fiber. 3mm thick arms, 1.5mm for all other parts.
- Clearance for ESCs: 10mm