TSX 250


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Weighing in at a mere 114g, the TSX250 is the perfect X frame.

Designed by Tom Stanton, this frame has been beautifully designed, with a high quality Carbon Twill.

The PDB has a built in 5vBEC and has been designed by Brett Collis to work in conjunction with the TSX frames

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Product Description


The TSX is an X frame designed specifically for speed. Originally designed around a 4s 1800mAh li-po, the frame is roughly the size of an average 180 yet it accepts larger props!

It has an integrated power distribution board (PDB) for easy installation of electronics. The PDB also contains a 5v regulator to power the flight controller and receiver.

The frame is cut from 1.5mm matte twill carbon fibre with 3mm arms. This thickness of carbon is combined with nylon standoffs to give a total weight of only 114g for the 250.

The 250 is as described with a distance of 250mm from motor to motor and accepts up to 6 inch propellers.

Whats Included?

1x Bottom carbon fibre plate (1.5mm)
1x Power distribution board (3oz copper with 5v regulator)
1x Top plate (1.5mm carbon fibre)
4x Carbon fibre arms (3mm)
4x 7mm Nylon standoffs
4x 22mm Nylon standoffs
4x 35mm Nylon standoffs
18x M3x10mm bolts + 1x spare
4x M3x20mm bolts
9x M3 locknuts + 1 spare
1x M3x6 bolt
1x Velcro strap

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Build Log

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Additional Information

Weight 0.150 kg

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