Torque Pro 5

By ArcherFPV on May 12, 2019

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torque pro 5 with hyperlite 2205.5 1722kv motors

i really love this frame. its light and tough as balls! It also gives you the option of top mount or bottom mount for the battery. Most every one i race with runs it too mount, and with Flightone its super locked in even on the default tunes. personally i used the high power tune and adjusted the filters a little bit. Ive also ran the Vanover tune with great results (the filters for the Vanover tune are the filters i always use on my race builds, usualy somewhere between 200 and 220 on the D filter). Im still somewhat a race noob but ive been flying for 2 years now however this rig has helped me podium in 4 of the 7 races ive been in at this point(5/11/19). The frame has held up well and i havent even broken an arm yet on either the 4mm arms or the 5mm arms.

For some reason rotor builds has the frame price at $12.99, the price of the from from is $59.99.

Part List


Torque Pro 5

Flight Controller

Revolt OSD Lite (4 builds)


FlightOne Bolt V2 4in1 ESC (12 builds)


4 x Hyperlite 2205.5-1722KV HV EDITION (9 builds)


HQ 5x4.5x3 V1S (2CW+2CCW) PC **Choose Color** (2 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Micro Swift 2 Black 2.1mm Lens (2 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV - RACE (SMA) (542 builds)


Lumenier AXII Stubby 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP) (2 builds)


FrSky R-XSR S.Bus/CPPM 8/16 Channel Micro Receiver (16 builds)


PULSE 1050mah 6S 22.2V 75C - LiPo Battery - Goblin 280 and FPV Racing Quad
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FrSky Taranis Q X7 2.4GHz 16CH Transmitter (White) (2 builds)


Attitude V4 FPV Goggles - FSV1048 | Fat Shark (2 builds)
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Video Receiver

Furious True-D V3.5 Diversity Receiver System Firmware 3.6 (FatShark Attitude Version)

Soldering Iron

TS100 PORTABLE SOLDERING IRON W/XT60 Power Cable (2 builds)
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