Skyliner MK3 5" Frame



The Skyliner MK3 is another continuation of Le Drib's personal frame. This time the focus is on full compatibility with the new FPV ecosystem. This iteration allows for use with analog, DJI, and the new Fatshark HD systems. this allows this to be the perfect frame for any pilot.


  • Compatible with the Fatshark Dominator HD system
  • Compatible with DJI HD systems
  • Compatible with analog video systems
  • Vertical side plates that allow for camera angles to be locked in place
  • Swappable 3D prints to accommodate different camera sizes
  • 30x30 stack mounting
  • 20x20 and 25x25 stack mounting in the rear
  • Comes with all the screws we think you'll need, from cameras to stacks


  • Wheelbase: 213mm
  • Frame Style: Wide X
  • Main Plate Thickness: 2mm
  • Top Plate Thickness: 2mm
  • Front Brace Thickness: 4mm
  • Arm Thickness: 4mm
  • Stack Size: 30x30mm
  • Rear Mounting: 20x20mm / 25x25mm
  • Stack Height: 20mm
  • Motor Mount: Φ16mm
  • Camera Mount: Supports up to 20mm cameras
  • Dimensions: 210x175mm
  • Weight: 144g


  • 1x Main Plate
  • 1x Top Plate
  • 1x Arm Brace
  • 4x Arms
  • 2x Camera Plates
  • 1x Front Brace
  • 1x Hardware Set
    • 7x 20mm M3 Standoffs
    • 18x 9mm M3 Screws
    • 4x 12mm M3 Screws
    • 4x 18mm M3 Screws
    • 8x M3 Press nuts (installed in the main plate)
    • 4x 7mm M2 Screws
    • 4x 18mm M2 Screws
    • 8x M3 Nuts
  • 1x 3D Printed Camera Mount Set
  • 1x Kwad Skids Set
  • 1x Battery Pad
  • 1x 210mm Battery Strap
  • Does not include video or receiver antenna mounts

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Adrian Bueno
Good frame so far, just some minor things.

So this frame looks awesome, and it flies really good aswell. But my complaints are in the building process. There is very little room to route wires in your own way, for instance, on my skyliner, I was forced to run my XT60 out of the side of the quad (which I am not a fan of.), and since I am rocking HDZero, I dont have room for the reciever in the rear. With the quad having nothing but open air under the camera, I dont have room for the reciver there either, so I had to cram the reciever and wires and HDZero wiring harness between the VTX and Stack. And there also wasnt any room to put a capacitor on the ESC, so I was pretty much forced to solder it to the XT60, making the connector that was already hanging out of the side of the frame, even bigger and bulkier. Like I said, great frame, just HUGE lack of diversity for different setups

Matthew Beaudoin
Mk3 frame 5 stars

I absolutely love this frame I've been flying for about 2 months now I bought a crappy starter kit and broke the arms as soon as I flew in acro this frame even with the shity guts had given me the confidence and 2 months in I am pulling of split s's Matty flips shooting gaps I love your products and am teaching my son and we are building the skylight frame and motor pack you guys have we also picked up a pair of la dribs motors for mine love you guys you all rock love your videos to they've helped out a ton with putting these things together 5 stars

great frame

favorite freestyle frame

Ron Bascope

The best

Joseph Daulton
Flat arms are great

Love the way it flys

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