Source One 6S 5"

By JasonFPV0 on May 15, 2019

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This thing flies nicely, and looks awesome. I will say I've heard the xing motors are better, so I'll update this when I try them. The ecos do look really nice though.

If you're wondering, the switch on the side is for the buzzer, if I'm not flying far I don't bother enabling it.

I will be adding a flight video within a week or two.

If you have any questions comment down below.

Here's my STL files:


Part List


TBS Source One V0.2 5inch (30 builds)


(PRE-ORDER) Diatone Mamba Power Tower F405 & F40 30x30 Stack/ComboDefault Title (29 builds)


4 x EMAX ECO Series 2306 1700Kv Motor (8 builds)


DAL 5x5 - 3 Blade, Black Cyclone Propeller - T5050C (Set of 4) (2 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam RC21 2.1mm M12 Short Wide Angle Replacement Lens for Swift 1/2/Mini

FPV Camera

Foxeer Falkor 1200TVL 1.8mm FPV Camera - Black (16 builds)

FPV Transmitter

RDQ Mach 3 Video Transmitter 25-1000mW VTX 2-6S - U.FL or MMCX (58 builds)


TBS Triumph 5.8GHz RHCP FPV Antenna Set (SMA) (502 builds)


FrSky XM+ SBUS 2.4GHz Mini ReceiverDefault Title (1018 builds)


RDQ Series 22.2V 6S 1050mAh 90C LiPo Battery - XT60 (6 builds)


FrSky 2.4G ACCST Taranis Q X7 16 Channels Transmitter Remote Controller Black for RC Drone (129 builds)


Fat Shark Transformer FPV Headset Bundle (Viewer + Display)
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HD Camera

GoPro Hero5 Session Waterproof 4K Video Camera


M3 Nylon Hex Male-Female Spacer Standoffs Screw Nut Assortment Kit - Black (2 builds)


2 x XT60 Connector Male/Female Set - Choose Your ColorYellow (3 builds)

Misc Parts

HellGate FPV Buzzer DUO w/ Built-in Lipo

Misc Parts

XT60 Pigtail 14AWG 4"Black (5 builds)

Battery Charger

ToolkitRC M8 DC 300W 15A Battery Balance Charger Discharger for 2-8S Lipo Battery (4 builds)


Alpha Backpack - Black
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Whiffles   4 days ago  

How's that stack treating you on 6S? I've heard some concerns about running it on 6S packs but I haven't had any issues with mine.

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Whiffles   2 days ago 

Thanks for the feedback! I don't have any OSD flicker on mine. It seems perfect actually. Just hope it holds up to 6S over the long run.

JasonFPV0   6 hours ago 

Hm, yeah at like over 50% throttlemine just dissapears. Do you have anything besides the cap it came with on yours? I might add another.

Whiffles   4 hours ago 

Nope, just used the cap that it came with and I even had to run it on some wires because I didn't have space for it directly behind the FC.

moxfpv   5 days ago  

Do you get the corners in view when using the Falkor Mini 1.8mm lens?

JasonFPV0   5 days ago 

I actually swapped the lens for a 2.1mm, and I think the frame is still in view. I'll upload a DVR picture tomarrow if I have time.

JasonFPV0   2 days ago 

I added a DVR screenshot from a 2.1mm lens.

KryptoSteel24   5 days ago  

Whats up with the go pro mount lol? looks funky

JasonFPV0   5 days ago 

Not sure if you're reffering to the actual shape or the sorta messy print, but I like that shape because it protects the gopro more. Its sorta messy looking because I had bad print settings and had to touch it up with a soldering iron. It broke in a crash the day after I took these pictures, and the next one I printed looked much better. I'll add some more pictures soon. You can also check out the mount model on the thingiverse link.

EDIT: Oh lol yeah I just realised how weird those touch ups did look. I need to add more pictures.

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