Hyperlow Vert Freestyle: Wild Willy Edition

By richrd on Apr 06, 2018

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Hyperlow Vert Freestyle build! First time using the Hyperlite F4 OSD stack. By far the best board layout (all pins appropriately placed) and nice low profile with flat bottom. Combo comes with the Aikon 35a which should be good up to 6s.

Also designed TPU shelves for components to make this the cleanest build possibly in a Hyperlow 15mm build. These are included in a fiberglass form for the Hyperlow CG, which inspired these prints allowing cables to run underneath as well as a larger 4 in 1.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2849298

hyperlowframes.com

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Part List

Frame

Vert Freestyle (4 builds)
Hyperlowframes.com
$75.00

Flight Controller

PyroDrone F4 OSD (4 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$32.99

ESCs

AIKON AK32 35A 4in1 32 BIT ESC (8 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$66.00

Motors

Wild Willy’s Special Juice 2306-2700KV
Pirofliprc.com
$26.69

Propellers

Lumenier 5x5.3x3 - Gate Breaker Propeller (Set of 4 - Mad_Air White)
Pirofliprc.com
$3.99

FPV Camera

RunCam Micro Swift 2 Orange (48 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$31.99

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV(SMA) (228 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$49.95

Antenna

Pagoda Antenna UFL- RHCPSKU: FPV-0348-S
Furiousfpv.com
$9.95

Receiver

FrSky XSR (430 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$14.99
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Jodie Froster   14 days ago  

Truly a work of art. SOOOO slick

nbaker1993   14 days ago  

how do you like those motors? any good?

roccozehnle   14 days ago  
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fuckin incredible man.

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