6s racer

By painfpv on Jul 19, 2018

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This is my first 6s ultralight racer. Its total weight is 277grams including props and I could bring it down to 270g if I were to replace the motors with the new emax 2206 rsII or even the 2306 ones.

Out of curiosity I've tested it with the hqprop 5.5inch V1S props and a 6s LiIon pack and got a total flight time of ~29minutes while cruising. I was hoping to get over 30minutes with but the weather didn't help. I will repeat the test when the time allows.

It is amazing to see a racing setup fly for half an hour when cruising.


Part List


XBEE-X V2 220mm Frame (Titanium) (6 builds)

Flight Controller

FORTINI F4 OSD 32Khz Flight Controller Rev.2SKU: FPV-FORTOSD (22 builds)


Holybro Tekko32 35A 4-in-1 BLHeli32 3-6s ESC (68 builds)


4 x EMAX Lite Spec LS2206 1700Kv Motor (4 builds)


T-Motor T5143 Tri Blade Propellers CW/CCW 1 Pack (4 Pieces) (9 builds)

FPV Camera

Runcam Micro Sparrow 2 Super WDR OSD 700TVL CMOS FOV 150 Degree 2.1mm 4:3 FPV Mini Camera NTSC PAL (54 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5G8 V3 (SMA) (106 builds)


TBS Crossfire Micro Receiver V2 (265 builds)


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HD Camera

Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera

HD Camera

GoPro HERO6 Black (9 builds)
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zurkes   Feb 11, 2019  

I want to do fpv freestyle with long flight time. which builds are better for iti ocean or 6s racer. And if ı can do fpv freestyle with this build, can i do freestyle when ı will attach gopro on this build

painfpv   Mar 24, 2019 

for long flight times you need light setups but also appropriate motors and props. my 6s racer setup is quite light and can carry a session without any issue but a 2207 mottor would be better if you want to carry a gopro often.

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