MOKA 85x

By wklee.fpv on Mar 23, 2019

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MOKA 85x

Setup:
HBS F405 F4 Flight Controller
HBFPV 1103 11000KV motor
Emax AVAN props
Caddx Turbo EOS2
TBS Unify PRO NANO 5G8 vtx
TBS Crossfire Nano Rx
GNB 7.4V 2S 450MAH 80C Lipo Battery

Weight: ~45g

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Tastey   Jul 04, 2019  

Which crossfire antenna did you use for this build? I realised the immortal T was huge!

wklee.fpv   Jul 05, 2019 

Hi, I are using a GSM GPRS 3G antenna and it is very lightweight and works fine for me. another option is TBS XF RACE antenna.

raskern   May 03, 2019  

Hi, I have orderd this parts kit and am converting a Mobula 7. I'd be keen to see some pictures and build notes around the VTX and cam change out I also bought the EOS2 and TBS nano pro. MAybe just a picture with the Cover off? Cant wait to test it out.

Terrorbirb   Apr 24, 2019  

How is the FC holding up?

wklee.fpv   Apr 29, 2019 

working fine so far after 50 packs battery.

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