Thunder Tiger, long known for their high quality, high performance helicopters, is poised to make the jump into multi-rotor vehicles. With the new moniker TTRobotix spawned to headline the pair of exciting looking quadcopters, Thunder Tiger will soon be releasing the Ghost and the Super Hornet. Information currently available has many multi-rotor pilots eagerly awaiting the arrival of these exciting looking aircraft!
The Ghost, a 450 sized quad, is specified as being able to attain flight durations of 25 minutes using a 6S 6000mAh battery. 12×3.8 size props, retractable gear and a payload of 1.5 kg hint that this 450 sized quad will be a very good AP rig indeed! Sleek looking, matte black aesthetics give the Ghost a sinister and serious looking appearance!
The Super Hornet is a larger, 650mm sized quadcopter. Likewise using a 6S 6000mAh LiPo battery and sporting retractable landing skids, the Super Hornet boasts foldable arms for the ultimate in portability. Specifications currently list the props as being 14 inch, speed controllers as 30 amp and motors as being 41mm 340Kv.
We at MultiRotor Pilot Magazine will be watching and waiting anxiously to bring you more information and our hands-on opinions in the very near future! And keep checking TTRobotix.com for additional information!