Hyperlow v2.1

By Fpv_Alexander on Apr 07, 2018

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Hello this is my first offical build. My second quad, second set up, I recently got into the hobby and quickly fell in love, two months into crashing and trying to repair everything i realized i had the wrong equipment. One i scored FatSharks HD3 and a FrSky Taranis X9D Plus. I knew the build was next I purchased this hyperlow cg frame because it was low profile and more durable than my previous frame. I purchased runcam eagle pro 2, Tbs mr.steel v2 motors with motor protection pants on. I slapped in Xrotor micro fc/ 40a esc stack also choose a tbs unify pro hv . Hope
you like & thanks to everyone who showen support. Weather is bad and still awaiting our maiden flight. Located in Northern California


Part List


HYPERLOW CG (36 builds)

Flight Controller

Hobbywing XRotor F4 Flight Controller w/OSD (80 builds)


Hobbywing Xrotor Micro 40A 4-in-1 ESC (143 builds)


4 x ETHIX Mr Steele Silk Motor V2 (18 builds)


DALPROP CYCLONE T5040C Propeller (105 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Eagle 2 Pro FPV Camera (12 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5G8 HV (SMA) (586 builds)


TrueRC AXII U.FL 5.8 GHz RHCP Antenna (4 builds)


FrSky R-XSR Receiver (863 builds)


AHTECH Infinity 4S 14.8V 1500mAh 85C Graphene LiPo Battery XT60 Support 15C Boosting Charger (81 builds)
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Fpv_Alexander   Apr 09, 2018  

Madien flight was successful. !

Currently   Apr 09, 2018  

the green props and white motors work pretty well

Fpv_Alexander   Apr 09, 2018 

I think so too, thanks

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