Lil' Beaver

By LooseTransistor on Oct 19, 2016

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I built this drone with one purpose. To race it at the FPV Racing Events Fall Classic in paris Ontario. That it did do! And it is also how long it lived, because at the end of the event I totalled it going under a 2/4.

This thing was awesome to fly, but it shall live again!


Part List


SRD-195-001 Main Frame Plate (6mm)

Flight Controller

BeeRotor F3 (AIO) Flight Controller with OSD (17 builds)


Storm Raptor 390 30A OneShot / Multishot ESC (2S-4S) (2 builds)


Storm M2204 Updraft Cooling™ Motor (2900kv) (2 builds)


DALprop 4045 Three Blade Bull Nose Prop Black (13 builds)

FPV Camera

Foxeer HS1177 - NTSC, 2.1 lens, IR Block, Top Connector - Black

FPV Transmitter

FX799T 200mW Video transmitter - SMA (13 builds)


TBS Triumph 5.8 GHz Antenna - SMA (543 builds)


Radiolink R9D 9-CH 2.4GHz DSSS Receiver


Bonka Power 1300mAh 4s 45C/90C XT-60 (6 builds)

Power Distribution

BeeRotor Power Distribution Board V2.0(w/ 5V,12V Out put) (11 builds)

Misc Parts

SRD-195-004 Side Wall Plates (65°)
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