iFlight XL5 V3

By BRICK FPV on Apr 28, 2019

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This was my first full build and I am very happy with how everything came out! I can’t believe how nice the iFlight frame is and how well it flies. I started the hobby with an Arris X-Speed 280 Robocat and I thought that flew well untill this!

I used the XL5 V3 frame, Holybro Kukute F4 Fc and 4 in 1 esc, Tramp VTX, Runcam Eagle 2 Pro Luminier Edition camera and iFlight Xing 2207 2750kv motors with racewire. All 3d parts are from Brain 3d. I am currently trying differnt props been using Butter Cutters, Azure Power Johhny FPV’s and Gemfan Hurricanes. Thanks for looking!

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nico380576   Apr 30, 2019  

Great build! Does the frame come with the battery foam pad? (I'm thinking about building this frame too, but I'm out of battery pads lol)

BRICK FPV   May 07, 2019 

The pad included with the kit isnt the greatest but yes one is included. You won’t be disapointed in this frame.

nico380576   May 07, 2019 

Thanks!

fpvoutsidethebox   May 07, 2019  

Really Clean, how did you make sure the motor wires don't get Cut? I don't see any Zipties along the Arm.

BRICK FPV   May 07, 2019 

I ran the wires in the nylon sheath and then added a layer of double sided tape the whole lenth of the arm. I aslo used race wire inside the sheath.

robbson   Apr 28, 2019  
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Very clean! I like your build.

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