By jdmkramer on Mar 25, 2018

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Thanks FPVC\Micros for helping me get this little guy airborne! It's already flying awesome without any tuning. :)

I've since modified this build to add 720p onboard DVR, 200mw VTX, and XM+. The Cyclops Shark


Part List


Tinyshark (25 builds)

Flight Controller

Tiny Omnibus F3 + OSD 16x16 Flight Controller (4 builds)
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FuriousFPV Fishpepper 5A DSHOT600 1S-2S 4-in-1 ESC (3 builds)


4 x DYS BE1102 10000kv Brushless Motor (5 builds)


Gemfan Hulkie 2040 Durable Tri-Blade 2" Prop 8 Pack - Choose Your ColorLemon (32 builds)

FPV Camera

VM275t AIO Whoop Camera - 25mw (19 builds)


uSKY Frsky Nano Receiver (3 builds)


CNHL MiniStar 7.4V 2S 350mAh 30C LiPo Micro Battery - JST (4 builds)


Jumper T16 Hall BLOWOUT (2 builds)


Fat Shark Dominator HDO2 OLED FPV Goggles (3 builds)

Radio Module

TBS Crossfire TX LITE - Long Range R/C Transmitter (24 builds)

Soldering Iron

TS100 Portable Programmable Smart Soldering Iron (145 builds)


Mini All-In-One Hex Driver Tool


TBS Diamond Antenna (24 builds)
Show stores (8)


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Str8sho0tr   May 29, 2018  

I have the same FC and reciever, but a different 4in1 esc for my tinyshark I am about to build. However, I am now worried that i do not have a 3.3v output? how did you power your reciever?

jdmkramer   May 29, 2018 

one of the boot pats puts out 3.3 ;)

EnemyAce   Apr 06, 2018  

How would these motors perform on 2035 quadblade cyclones?

FrenchB   Mar 26, 2018  

How do you like those micro Avans? I find they can be amp hogs. I seem to prefer the Gemfan Hulkie triblades.

jdmkramer   Mar 27, 2018 

Hulkies were put on after 2 packs and I prefer them. They just get knocked out of whack very easily. I'm liking the cyclones too. Avans were glamour shot material though. ;)

EnemyAce   Mar 25, 2018  

Nice build! Are those countersunk nylon motor screws?

jdmkramer   Mar 26, 2018 

Those are metal screws, They came with the motors. The hex head ones were too long, and I liked the idea of flat bottom arms. I could deepen the countersink a bit but I didn't want to remove to much carbon.

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