Kyuu-Go Shendrones Squirt V2 3"

By irmanhilmi on Mar 23, 2019

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After several builds based on the Caddx Turtle I realized they can never be a Gopro replacement, which made me start looking for micro frames that could carry one safely. I've heard about the Squirt way before Paul Nurkkala made it trendy so it was natural that I swayed that way. The TPU ducts were a pain to print, and even when you get a successful print it's never as neat as you want it to be, but it works.

Been unlearning to fly just to fly this Squirt, because of course it flies differently than a 5" or 7" that I'm used to, even a regular 3" micro. It just flies like a heavy whoop, with more mass flying in the air, which makes for some interesting technical flying. Re-learning how to fly it in Horizon to make things more cinematic, but if tuned properly I believe you can easily fly cinematic with Acro mode.

Running T-Motors F20II 3250kv motors on 4S 1000mah which gives me around 6-7mins flight times.

The Hero 7 mount was designed by me and can be downloaded here


Part List


Squirt V2 (18 builds)

Flight Controller

AIKON F4 Mini 20x20 Flight Controller with OSD (15 builds)


Aikon AK32PIN 32Bit 35A 2-6S 20x20 4in1 ESC (55 builds)


4 x Tmotor F20II - FPV FlightClub (5 builds)


HQProp 4X4.5X3 Triblade Propellers - 2 CCW

FPV Camera

Foxeer Micro Falkor 1200TVL Camera 16:9/4:3 PAL/NTSC Switchable GWDR (63 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5G8 V3 (SMA) (172 builds)


VAS Minion U.FL 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP) (2 builds)


TBS Crossfire Nano RX - FPV Long Range Drone Receiver (708 builds)


CNHL G+PLUS 1000mAh 14.8V 4S 70C Lipo Battery
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