Hawkeye ( Radical Micro2.5)

By UnderDawg on Mar 15, 2018

19  414  7

After building and flying the Nemesis I knew I would have to build another 2.5. This time I used the Radical Micro frame paired with the little powerhouse 1106 SS motors. I am now officially hooked on micros...

Photos

Discussion

Sign in to comment

Booda3000   Jun 06, 2018  

Awesome!
What kv are your motors?
How arr you powering your vtx?

UnderDawg   Jun 06, 2018 

Hi Booda, I'm running the 6500kv. After checking it turns out I'm using a VTX03 on this build. lol So power is off the 5v on the front of the FC...But if I had run the AKK I would have ran it straight off the Batt.

doc   Mar 26, 2018  
1

Sweet color combo! diggin it! +1 on mwm's comment. Lol. How many flights on the sunny's? My bearings were loud out of the box and after 5-6 flights there was noticeable play in the shafts. Still fly like beasts though, great low end on 3s and 2.5".

UnderDawg   Mar 26, 2018 

Thanks doc! I only have a few flights on the SS motors. I hope they hold up as well as the little EMax's on the Nemesis X. I must be getting close to a 100 packs on her and she is still rocking hard.

deadmoo   Mar 21, 2018  
1

I never thought of heat shrinking the XT60 like that. What a great idea for color themed show quads like this. Got to conceal that nasty yellow.

mwm8X8   Mar 20, 2018  
2

Awesome look !!!
But you have an issue during Spring: you can not crash it on the pretty blossomed tree at the photo or it will be lost forever! XP

RocketSquidFPV   Mar 16, 2018  

nice v a p o r w a v e build

Guides & Reviews

22 5,363  24
Nov 30, 2019

In late 2019 DJI made inroads into the FPV scene with their remarkable low-latency digital system. It gave us a 720p video feed with latency on-par with the status quo, analog video. Traditionally we've used analog video systems for low-latency video, but the video quality is far from ideal. It's a trade-off we've been willing to accept for the control. Now we've got the best of both worlds and what..

Read more
3 4,828  13
Sep 18, 2019

When the FatShark HDOs hit the market in 2018 the FPV community rejoiced for the new Sony OLED displays. While they lacked further upgrades like an updated DVR and power button they were still a market success. With the 2019 announcement of the Orqa FPV.One the community finally had a potential HDO killer on the horizon. With only weeks before the release of the Orqa FPV.One Skyzone came out of left..

Read more