Long range dragon v2 7”

By Gene-machine on Nov 01, 2018

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this is version 2 of my previous long range build.
version one proved to be very fragile and hard to tune. many of the design fetures have been kept tho .v2 frame is more rigid and less susceptiblle to damage. i also added lights on the side to aid with night time flying but eagle 2 doesnt seem to be
sensitive enough in low light to see much diffrence .not listed but the motors are karearea 2306 1650kv motors.


Part List

Flight Controller

XROTOR Flight Control System F4

FPV Camera

RunCam Eagle 2 FPV Camera - 16:9 (98 builds)

FPV Transmitter

1.3GHz 400mw Transmitter - US VERSION (2 builds)


TrueRC Singularity 1.3GHz RHCP SIDE FEED (2 builds)


TBS CROSSFIRE 8Ch Diversity Rx (2 builds)

Radio Module

TBS Crossfire TX (11 builds)
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ledimestari   Nov 03, 2018  

I really like that frame! hope it would available somewhere.

Gene-machine   Nov 03, 2018 

i have frames for sale

mwm8X8   Nov 07, 2018 

Share your link on description !

Gene-machine   Nov 07, 2018 

i do not have a link to frame but i can post pictures of what is included and price

bonethruster FPV   Nov 02, 2018  

sweet long range beast

recon   Nov 01, 2018  

Did you custom make the frame? The TOA motors look super clean. Love the headlights! Is this a 6S build? If it's 4S you might check out the Titan Power 5.2Ah batteries for some super long range.

Jodie Froster   Nov 01, 2018  

I dig the look man! Blurs the line between man and machine

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