Hyperlite FlosStyle 6" Freestyle Build

By Charles Hidalgo on May 11, 2018

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Pure fun!

Part List

Frame

Hyperlite FlosStyle 5" Acro Freestyle Frame (13 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$49.99

Flight Controller

30.5x30.5 HGLRC Titan Plus F460 FC&60A Blheli_32 3-6S ESC for RC Drone (4 builds)
Hglrc.com
$103.99

Motors

4 x Hawksky AT2507 2200kv Motor
Getfpv.com
$99.96

Propellers

Gemfan 5552 DURABLE 5.5'' Tri-Blade Prop - CHOOSE YOUR COLOR (5 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$3.85

FPV Camera

RunCam Micro Sparrow 2 (22 builds)
Getfpv.com
$34.99

Antenna

True RC AXII-MMCX 5.8 (4 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$19.99

Receiver

TBS CROSSFIRE V2 MICRO RECEIVER (187 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$44.95
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Discussion

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TheDroningReverend   May 14, 2018  

hows the durability? doea it hold up in a crash?

Charles Hidalgo   May 14, 2018 
1

I havent crashed yet. That's always a hard question to answer because I've had builds fall from 150 feet and not break a thing and I have had builds that were like a tank break a frame and arms and destroy itself at half throttle at 20 feet off the ground. They never land the same.

cutthenoise   May 12, 2018  
1

Nice! Did you have to buy a 5" FlosStyle AND 7" Floss arms for this? I didn't think there was a 6" FlosStyle available yet. Looks like a monster, would love to see some flight footage.

Charles Hidalgo   May 12, 2018 
3

This as an actual 6" frame i got from Bob himself... from what i understand a 6" will be available very soon though.

cutthenoise   May 12, 2018 
1

Oh wow, very nice!

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