85x (33g)

By wklee.fpv on Mar 11, 2019

16  632  5

Discussion

Sign in to comment

react13   Mar 13, 2019  

what frame does this build use?

wklee.fpv   Mar 15, 2019 
1

Just a prototype frame for the crazybee fc.

DLQFPV (pothman)   Mar 13, 2019  

I like the cut down blades. i also glad to see someone else uses phillips head screws

StickyRice   Mar 12, 2019  

dudee those 1102 motors look so good!! whats their performance like? and durability. i have a feeling putting the 65mm kingkong prop on those would be reallyyy nice on a light setup

wklee.fpv   Mar 12, 2019 
2

I like this setup so much. It does not feel like a 2" super lightweight whoop but a 5" quad!!

Guides & Reviews

53 4,176  44
27 days ago

For the longest time we've been limited to 3 to 4 minutes of flight and lots and lots of batteries. With more efficient motors and frame designs it's now possible to push the envelope much further. This guide will walk you through the process of building a micro long range quad capable of flying 8-30 minutes and more than 4km. The build is moderately difficult, but with the right tools and steady hands..

Read more
36 2,626  19
Jul 20, 2020

Until recently GoPros were delegated to larger quads. A typical GoPro weighs around 125g and we've only recently begun to mount them on 3" cinewhoops. Even that is a stress on the motors. Now we've got the "GoPro Lite". Remove the battery, displays and casing and you're left with a small, lightweight board and sensor. Wrap it in protective TPU casing and you've got a 30g micro GoPro. The Hero6 is..

Read more