Raggio Veloce Freestyle Build

By AcroFPV on Apr 15, 2018

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Over the years I have completed countless multirotor builds, but this is by far the sexiest to date!


Part List


Raggio Veloce

Flight Controller

Hobbywing XRotor F4 FC + 40A 4 in 1 ESC Combo (37 builds)


4 x DYS SE2205 2300 KV Special Edition FPV Racing Motor (5 builds)


HQProp 5x4.8x3 V1S Propellers (74 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Micro Swift 2 (289 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5.8 GHz HV RACE Video Transmitter (544 builds)


FrSky XSR CPPM/S.Bus Receiver (35 builds)


Tattu R-Line 4S 1550 mAh 95C Lipo Battery (2 builds)
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SFPV   Apr 20, 2018  

You should use a longer antenna in the rear. I've noticed the battery really blocks the FPV feed.

AcroFPV   Apr 20, 2018 

Yeah.  Thinking the exact same thing.   I need to get a good antenna for this rig.

RZFPV   Apr 15, 2018  

is it good for freestyle?

AcroFPV   Apr 15, 2018 

It is :)

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