PROton 5" SX meets Holybro Kakute F7 Stack

By j0ri on Apr 19, 2019

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Hey,
this is my second build.
I really love the PROton frame, everything looks so clean. The Holybro Kakute F7 stack (Kakute F7 FC, Tekko32 4in1 ESC and Atlatl HV V2 made it even easier and cleaner to build.
It weights 320g without battery.
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kwadkenstine   8 days ago  

tidy

xgoodvibesx   28 days ago  

Lovely looking build. The Matek LED / Buzzer strip fits perfectly on the LED mount if you fancy some adressables.

j0ri   19 days ago 

you got a link for me?
i ordered the matek led with the three small switches but it doesnt fit the led mount.
the sx version is a bit smaller.

X-acto FPV   25 days ago  

Top or bottom battery mount?

j0ri   19 days ago 

the frame is designed for bottom mount

Jodie Froster   30 days ago  

She looks super clean, and super mean!

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