Armattan 5" Blurple Rooster - 5S

By Airmaxx23 on Mar 01, 2018

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I decided to try anodizing my Armattan Rooster a blurple color and I couldn't be happier with how it turned out.

The build consists of the BetaFlight F4 flight controller, Armattan 30a ESCs (D-Shot 600), Emax LS2206-2700kv motors, Runcam Swift 2, Eachine VTX03 w/ SMA connector, AXII antenna, LemonRx DSMX satellite, and HQ V1S 5x4.3x3 props.

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tldxr_95   Aug 30, 2018  

Nice build! I love the purple; I want to try that same color on the Chameleon Ti I'm planning. Do you have a link to the SMA rear mount? Or did you just make that up yourself? I like the idea of running the LiPo pigtail out the back and I don't think I'll be able to do it with the stock plate.

Birdless Flight   Mar 02, 2018  

OMG that deep purple looks amazing! Any chance you remember the voltage and electrolyte used?

Airmaxx23   Mar 17, 2018 
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It was 20v. I used 16oz of water and 1 tablespoon of Borax.

Whiffles   Mar 17, 2018  

I like that Session cover. It extends a bit beyond the lens to help protect it. Does it show up in the video though?

Airmaxx23   Mar 17, 2018 
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You can't see it at all, even with Super View.

Jodie Froster   Mar 01, 2018  

So that looks dope as hell. Can you really run those 2700kv motors on 5s with all that weight?!

Currently   Mar 01, 2018  

I love to color choices!

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