RotorX Atomic Fox 5"

By Retro.604 on Jul 08, 2018

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One of the sexiest frames ever made. Look at that titanium plate.


Part List


RotorX Atomic Fox 5

Flight Controller

Powercube 2in1 FPVision (3 builds)


4 x Armattan OOmph 2206/2300 KV Motor *Discontinued (23 builds)


HQ Durables Tri 5x4.3x3 V1S (3 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Split 2 HD/FPV Camera (64 builds)


Team BlackSheep TBS Crossfire Nano Receiver (32 builds)
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delta_fpv   7 days ago  

maybe chrome props would make it look even better

Retro.604   5 days ago 

Hrm only if HQ makes them :)

Kruizen   9 days ago  

I love the flying jack-o-lantern, but isn't it a little early for Halloween?

Retro.604   7 days ago 

I know right? They give me an orange canopy, like they don't know my shit is green. I get no respect. ;)

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