Tilt-Rotor Quad - AimDroix Xray

by FliteTest | October 10, 2016 | (8 Ratings) Posted in Reviews

Community member Michael from AimDroix visited the Flite Test crew to share the new AimDroix Xray Tilt-Rotor FPV! 

The front and rear motors on the AimDroix Xray Quad can be tilted independently to allow for stable flight. It also has an auto level feature that keeps the board camera level even while you’re increasing speed.

Michael modified the quad with wings of a mini Sky Hunter to make a fun, fast prototype VTOL aircraft.

We loved seeing Michael’s VTOL as it was still being developed. Be on the lookout for the completed VTOL to be available in the future! 

The Xray Quad runs on 2600kv motors and 4-inch props and reaches high speeds really quickly after it takes off.


It feels like you’re flying a Phantom turbo: it’s easy to fly, yet it can also achieve very high speeds.

Check out the AimDroix website for more information! www.AimDroix.com
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We want to thank Michael for spending time with us and sharing the AimDroix Xray Tilt-Rotor FPV!  

COMMENTS

mikeporterinmd on October 11, 2016
That's an awesome design. Hope its available soon.
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Kieran W K777 on October 11, 2016
Wow, That is the coolest miniquad I have ever seen!! I totally want one, it is awesome :D Flite Test should carry it on their store. People will buy it!
-Kieran
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FoamTest on October 11, 2016
I bet it will be on there after it is out of development and into production.
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ChopperChopper on October 12, 2016
You guys have STOLEN the 'thunder' of Horizon Hobby's new gizmo released today (Oct 13th) the CONVERGENCE VTOL. I'm afraid that I wont be buying Horizon's foam toy tricopter when Michael's Amdroix is around. Thanks for a very interesting video, and great design and thinking Michael!.
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TurtlesThatFly on October 19, 2016
I made a tricopter VTOL that has a similar airframe....
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