Neato Fastback 5"

By PropsFPV on Jun 06, 2018

11  291  2

I have built these 2 identical builds so that I can start racing. Initially I installed the Runcam Split V2 into both however I soon changed this due to the slight latency that I was experiencing. I opted to go with the Foxeer Arrow Micro and have had no issues since. The Raceflight (now FlightOne) equipment has been a good experience so far and I am liking the way it handles. As for the frame, the Neato Fastback is a well thoughtout frame that is finished in a beautiful way witht he dropdown section so that you can lower your stack, and the little zip tie sections. Just really well built and designed. The only change I made was going to the Gimp3D Halfback canopy. I feel this will be beneficial due to being able to access the internal components easily (without removing the canopy) as well as still offering a good deal of protection.



Sign in to comment

tinyty   11 days ago  

You need to get one of these to lite up that pod!

Whiffles   11 days ago  

Neat looking canopy, but your photo resolution isn't so great.

Guides & Reviews

10 2,398  5
21 days ago

Before giving this a thorough review I thought I'd do a teardown to see what makes the Taranis X-Lite tick. Without getting into too much detail the X-Lite is a new FPV transmitter designed to be compact and ergonomic. It's shaped like a video game controller but has all of the functionality of a traditional transmitter like the Taranis Q X7 or the Taranis X9D. It features OpenTX and supports most..

Read more
28 3,198  11
25 days ago

The Bannilite was a collaborative effort between Luke Bannister, AKA BanniUK and Falcon Multirotors. The Bannilite features ample camera protection, easy arm replacements and weighs in at only 72g. It even includes a spare arm and camera mount. It's an excellent choice for FPV racing and doesn't break the bank. The goal of this build was to feature a number of modern FPV luxuries including easy..

Read more