Doberman Pup V2 3-inch Detroit Multirotor (DMR)

By Rumblecloud on Jan 25, 2019

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The base for this build is our recently upgraded Doberman Pup 3-inch, version 2. We sliced off some weight with a 3-point mount top plate and designed a canopy upgrade for a Special Edition version. I’m calling this one “Sputnik.” It’ll run on 2S or 3S batts, 450 to 850 bottom mount. The frame comes in 2 sizes: 2.5-inch with a naked weight of 21g and this 3-inch version with a naked weight of 26.1g. Again, both are available with canopies as an SE version. The images kinda run through the different stages of installation.
This will be my personal flyer and I can’t wait to get it outside.

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Part List

Frame

Doberman Pup V2 3" – DMR
Detroit-multirotor-company.myshopify.com
$35.00

Flight Controller

Talon F7 Flight Controller - with BlackBox – DMR
Detroit-multirotor-company.myshopify.com
$32.99

ESCs

Spedix IS20 2-4S 20A 4 in 1 BLHeli_S ESC – DMR
Detroit-multirotor-company.myshopify.com
$39.95

Motors

4 x DYS 1104 7500kv – DMR
Detroit-multirotor-company.myshopify.com
$48.00

FPV Camera

RunCam Micro Sparrow 2 Pro (5 builds)
Shop.runcam.com
$41.99

FPV Transmitter

EMAX Mini Magnum 2 AIO Flight Controller Stack w/Flight Controller, Video Transmitter, Receiver, & PDB
Store.flitetest.com
$99.99

Receiver

FrSky XM+ SBUS Mini Receiver (1268 builds)
Getfpv.com
$13.99
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Rumblecloud   Jan 26, 2019  

The one thing I tried to do was eliminate as much extra wire as I felt comfortable cutting off. Motorwires are braided cause I just like the way it looks. Canopies are available in 4 colors.

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