HYPERLOW RS

By richrd on Sep 03, 2018

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HYPERLOW RS build. Light enough to race, large enought to freestyle.

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Part List

Frame

HYPERLOW RS
Hyperlowframes.com
$60.00

Flight Controller

PyroDrone F4 OSD (38 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$32.99

ESCs

AIKON AK32 35A 4in1 32 BIT ESC ***UPDATED VERSION*** (49 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$66.00

Motors

Lumenier MB2207-7 2700KV JohnnyFPV Motor (7 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$28.99

FPV Camera

Runcam Micro Eagle (301 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$44.99

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5G8 V3 (SMA) (150 builds)
Team-blacksheep.com
$39.95

Antenna

Lumenier AXII U.FL 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP) (148 builds)
Getfpv.com
$14.99

Receiver

TBS Crossfire Nano RX Special Edition (335 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$34.95
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DustyAir   May 03, 2019  
1

How has the immortal t reception been with the antenna mounted that way?

richrd   May 11, 2019 

Been out over a mile with no problems.

cutthenoise   Sep 06, 2018  
1

Looks amazing! I really want to get a hyperlow frame for my next 5" build. How does this compare to the CG, and do you lose any durability in the RS (as opposed to the CG)? Looks like some of the underside carbon pieces are a bit small/thin. I'm still leaning toward the RS though, I like the thin arms and lighter overall frame. I have an Alien clone and a flosstyle right now and like them both. But yeah, its really between this or the CG, can't decide on which.

richrd   Sep 06, 2018 
1

I honestly cant recommend one over the other. The CG carbon is a thing of beauty, and its mounting plates help make it a super clean build, with a bit more room on the inside for electronics and ontop for longer batteries. It will have 30-40 grams over the RS when built, which can help it feel more planted. But the RS is a rocket and handles incredibly with with its stretched x arms. Its hard to say which is more durable. possibly the CG with its wider arm, but the 5mm RS have been holding up great for me so far!

TheLastPhoenix   Dec 27, 2018 

how does this frame compare to the flosstyle?

richrd   Jan 02, 2019 

similar but this version is lighter. the RS+ looks to be very close to the new floss frame. an early prototype of the RS+ was infact identical to the upcoming release.

barrelheavenfpv   Oct 18, 2018  
1

Great looking quad! What immortal T mount are you using up front?

richrd   Oct 20, 2018 

thank you! its the hyperlow immortal t mount by brain3d. its available from the hyperlowframes.com website in black, and from brain3d.co in all other colors.

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