JR Ninja 3D Quad

JR Ninja 3D Quad

From its high-performance radios to its all-out helicopters, JR sets a high standard in quality and design, which is why we are really excited for this new quadcopter! A custom-tuned machine, it has a carbon-fiber main frame, aluminum arms and a polycarbonate top and bottom. We hear it even has 3D aerobatic abilities!!

Check out the press release from JR Americas:

Being a premier manufacturer of helicopters of all sizes and applications for over 20 years now, JR knows a thing or two about rotorcraft. Never a company to simply follow in the footsteps of what everyone else is doing, JR is proud to introduce their clean-sheet-of-paper entry to the multicopter market— the Ninja 400MR. The Ninja is a very high-quality, aerobatic 3D quadcopter that is sure to turn heads wherever it goes It features four independant brushless outrunner motors with fixed pitch propellers designed to reverse direction quickly to make this a very agile model with a very wide performance envelope, yet very simple and lightweight for unreal performance.

Central to its incredible flight characteristics is a custom-tuned, 6-axis gyro stabilization flight control system that plugs directly into your XBus-compatible receiver for simple setup and operation. The core of the Ninja 400MR’s construction is a beautiful carbon fiber main frame with four main aluminum arms and low parts count to get you flying quicker. A beutifully airbrushed polycarbonate canopy protects the Ninja from both the top and underside, as well as concealing and streamlining the radio equipment and battery, and attaches to the chassis with body pins and clips; similar to an R/C car, allowing for easy access to the battery, yet remains secure during flight.

The Ninja is a very complete assembly kit, requiring only an XBus DMSS receiver and JR DMSS transmitter, 3S 2200mAh battery, and a few hours’ worth of your time to get flying. Own a multicopter that stands out ahead of the rest, the Ninja 400MR by JR.

JRP988357 | $419.99 MAP
Available mid-December 2014


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