TBS Ethix CineRat (Carbon & Hardware Parts)
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Product SKU: 87E-7685
Introducing the all new 3" CineRat frame, designed to be compatible with 6s and the capability to fit a full 20x20 FC/ESC stack. Allowing enough room for GoPro mounts on both the front and rear of the frame, the CineRat is spacious for its size. The flexibility allows room for the pilot's creativity.
The perfect frame to fit your Ethix Flat Rat Motors!
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3D FILES (You must print these yourself, this product only includes carbon & hardware parts!)
- 1 x Top Plate
- 1 x Bottom Plate
- 1 x Battery Pad
- 4 x motor plates
- 7 x Standoffs
- 1 x Screws Set
- 1 x Front Arm
- 1 x Rear Arm
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You don’t get much in the bag, just 2 carbon plates, 9 standoffs and a bunch of screws. I will warn you some of the screws in the bag have a 1mm button head. I ended up using my own screws. Quality of the carbon plates is good, design is very well thought out, not much to say here.
The build: you will have to 3D print most of the parts for this build! Other than that, I went with a 20x20 stack and 1408 4000k motors and everything fit inside smoothly. You get two sets of 20x20 mounting holes, back and front, and a 30x30 in the back.
Flight time: the way to go with this build is to go with betaflight 4.2 rpm filtering, use the 48khz jazz maverick esc firmware, your motors will love it! This thing flew like butter on stock pids using BF4.2 it’s such a cherry to fly, it is heavy at around 450grams with a 850mah battery. But slow your rates down to 300 or less and you’ll have so much fun with it.
I opted to print the front cam holder, the front GoPro holder, and rear antenna mount out of TPU. I used a different material for ducts after first trying TPU. I found the TPU ducts too "floppy" so they often got in the way of the props. So I was constantly bending them out of the way. With a more rigid material, it isn't so much of an issue.
Once built up, the quad is heavy but flies surprisingly well without prop guards. And it's still quite fun with the ducts. I don't trust it for acro with GoPro (not as much recovery power as I'm used to), but flies amazingly well considering what it is. I used Talon F7 V2 FC, Speedix GS25 ESC, BH 1507 4100kv motors, Caddx Ratel, AKK vtx, R9 mm OTA, HQ 3x4x3 props and 4s 1300mah lipo. AUW 594g (including GoPro and Lipo)
I was critical at first, but once it was setup correctly and in the air...my views changed. Great footage and fun to fly!