NanoShark Proto

By jdmkramer on May 18, 2018

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Thanks to Fissionbomb and LAZD for the surprise parts!

Flies great with some random 8520 whoop props I had laying around, and 600 1s that hasn't seen action since I got a tinyshark. Finally a use for all my old brushy bits!


Part List

Flight Controller (8 builds)
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4 x (3 builds)
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Sunnysky 0703 15000KV Brushless Motor – 4pcs (2 builds)


BetaFPV 48mm 3-blade Micro Whoop Propellers

FPV Camera

AKK AIO-SA Whoop/Micro AIO FPV Camera & 25-200mW VTX w/ Smart Audio (7 builds)


uSKY Frsky Nano Receiver (3 builds)


Tattu 25C 1S 3.7 v 600mah Lipo Battery Pack with Molex Plug ( 6pcs) (2 builds)


Jumper T16 Hall BLOWOUT (2 builds)


Fat Shark Dominator HDO2 OLED FPV Goggles (21 builds)

Radio Module

TBS Crossfire TX LITE - Long Range R/C Transmitter (29 builds)

Soldering Iron

TS100 Portable Programmable Smart Soldering Iron (171 builds)


Mini All-In-One Hex Driver Tool


TBS Diamond Antenna (27 builds)
Show stores (8)


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