Hyperlow RS+ squashed and slammed 🔥

By Rampage Quads on May 29, 2019

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Hey all!

Life has been good and got the opportunity to do a high end build for myself. For this freestyle build I wanted to use high end parts only and it was totally worth it. This is my favorite build by far, it flies like something made in heaven, absolute control and responsive AF, not even to mention the flow ❤.

For the frame I wanted something exotic and great looking, found the RS+ and just needed to build it. It's kinda low on weight because it's a crossover between freestyle and race, the arms are a bit on the weak side but it flies so freaking good. Hyperlow uses woven carbon, this was new to me, I like how sturdy it is. The looks are just amazing, love the shape and placing of everything, it's a great package for that price. The arms are easy to swap when you break them so that's a plus to. The Hyperlow RS+ handles exactly how I want it to, didn't even had to tune BF 4.0 at the start except for the rates.
For the frame layout I went with squashed since I love how it handles, control is everything. Also slammed this build after I finished the pre-built, there was so much room that I could lower it to 16mm.

The motors weren't hard to choose, heard so many good things about Brotherhobby, flown them a couple times and friends of mine fly em daily. Really love how the sound, handle and perform. One of my good friends called "What the Fpv" helped me out with 3 BH 2207 2700kv, so this was the perfect moment to do a high KV build. Only needed to get one extra and rewire the other 3. These motors are so amazing that I can truly advise them to try out

For the stack I wanted something solid, went for a 20x20 just because we can these days and I already used those alot. Aikon seems to be one of the best options atm and really wanted to try them.out so wen for an Aikon F42020 flightcontroller and the Aikon AK32PIN 4in1 since I love clean builds. This was my first plug and play stack that is truly impressive. So many options, so super solid and can handle impact and water without conformal coating.
This is my new go-to stack for sure.

Since I've been using micro cams for a long time this was my first choice and went for another Falkor. After flying it I wanted something else for a change, this frame normally doesn't support mini but with some different TPU cam mounts I made it work.
The switch back to mini cams was the best thing ever, Raymon Kroeze was saying this all along and am glad I finally listened. The switch from mini to micro didn't seem as that much of a deal, but switching back to mini was like from another universe. I feel like I can finally see again, this improved my flying alot and will be using mini from now on, the M12 lens en bigger sensor are definitely worth the extra weight.

The antenna choise was easy, went for Foxeer lollipop V2, the best antenna in that price range. This is my go-to antenna and just love them, they have great performance and are so small that they fit any build while looking amazing. Can't wait to test out the new V3.

For the RX I used another R-XSR because of the total package in a small jacket, they do what they need to do and support telemetry plus my Lua Script. Their range is more than enough for my freestyle flying.

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Part List

Frame

HYPERLOW RS+ (11 builds)
Hyperlowframes.com
$70.00

Flight Controller

Aikon F4 2020 Flight Controller (3 builds)
Quadcoptersenzo.nl
$31.00

ESCs

Aikon AK32PIN 32Bit 35A 2-6S 20x20 4in1 ESC (55 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$58.99

Motors

4 x Returner R6 2207 Rainbow Motor (CW) (12 builds)
Brotherhobbystore.com
$99.96

Propellers

HQ Prop 5x4.3x3 V1S Tri-Blade 5" Prop 4 Pack - Choose Your ColorBlue (375 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$3.69

FPV Camera

Foxeer Falkor 1200TVL Mini/Full Size Camera 16:9/4:3 PAL/NTSC Switchable GWDR (71 builds)
Foxeer.com
$39.90

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5G8 V3 (SMA) (172 builds)
Getfpv.com
$39.99

Antenna

Foxeer Lollipop V2 5.8GHz SMA Antenna 2 Pack - RHCP - Choose Your Color (76 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$19.90

Receiver

FrSky R-XSR SBUS 2.4GHz Micro ReceiverDefault Title (863 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$19.50

Batteries

Tattu Funfly Series 1550mAh 14.8V 100C 4S1P Lipo Battery Pack with XT-60 Plug (8 builds)
Gensace.de
$29.59

Radio

FrSky Taranis QX7 ACCESS 2.4GHz RC Transmitter - Black or White (218 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$129.99

Goggles

FatShark Attitude V3 Headset (8 builds)
Shop.makerfire.com
$289.99

HD Camera

Runcam 3S WIFI 1080p 60fps WDR 160 Degree FPV Action Camera Detachable Battery for RC Racing Drone (2 builds)
Banggood.com
$99.99

Video Receiver

ImmersionRC rapidFIRE w/ Analog PLUS Goggle Receiver Module (145 builds)
Getfpv.com
$149.99

Battery Charger

ISDT Q6 Plus 300W 14A MINI Pocket Battery Balance Charger (57 builds)
Banggood.com
$59.99

Soldering Iron

Weller WESD51 Digital Soldering Station (3 builds)
Amazon.com
$305.38
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BigBeard.fpv   Jun 16, 2020  

soo nice...

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