Shrike v2 200 with GoPro Hero5 Session

By lblb on Oct 21, 2016

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Weight without GoPro and LiPo: 294 g
AUW with LiPo and GoPro: 540 g

(GoPro Session: 73 g, LiPo: 174 g)


Part List


xLabs Shrike 200 V2 (2 builds)

Flight Controller

KISS FC - 32bit Flight Controller V1.03 (180 builds)


4 x KISS 24A ESC Race Edition - 32bit Brushless Motor Ctrl (122 builds)


4 x Lumenier RX2206-11 2350Kv Motor (37 builds)


2 x HQ Prop 5 X 4 X 3RP Ummagawd Edition Triple Pusher Propeller (M5 / 2 X CW) (2 builds)

FPV Camera

Foxeer HS1177 XAT600M DC5V-22V 600tvl Sony Super HAD CCD FPV Camera (71 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV (RP-SMA) (80 builds)


TBS Triumph RP-SMA (RHCP 2pcs) (58 builds)


FrSKY X4RSB 3/16 Channel Receiver (13 builds)


SLS Quantum 1300mAh 4S1P 14,8V 65C/130C (2 builds)

HD Camera

GoPro Karma Grip for HERO5 Black

HD Camera

LayerLens for GoPro 3 & 4

HD Camera

GoPro HERO5 Session (197 builds)

HD Camera

GoPro Session (60 builds)

Misc Parts

Blue Hex Standoffs 15mm (4 pcs)

Misc Parts

Aluminum M3 locknuts (6 builds)

Misc Parts

55mm X 33m 100ft Kapton Tape High Temperature Heat Resistant Polyimide; US Ship (2 builds)
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dirtdiver   Oct 25, 2016  

What did you put on the four corners of that Session holder? Looks like liquid electrical tape or something, but cleaner. Great idea!

lblb   Oct 25, 2016 

It's black hotglue. (I have two hotglue guns—white and black). Just applied it and reworked it with hot air. The plate is from ImpulseRC and only 2 mm thick, so it doesn't really protect the front glass of the GoPro very well, the newer version they sell now is 4 mm, much better.

lazd   Oct 21, 2016  

Nice job sanding and sealing the edges of the carbon fiber, it looks super clean!

lblb   Oct 22, 2016 

Thanks! So far my treatment has done well, I had two frontal crashes with trees and the CF held up on the outside.

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