Flynoceros Skoll V2 - 6" 5S

By Airmaxx23 on Jun 13, 2019

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This is another build with a frame that I got on clearance, it's normally $97.99 and I grabbed it for $19.99. All of the TPU parts were red so I printed everything is blue to change it up. I drew up my own antenna mount and added a small tab to the rear cage support to mount my receiver. I also had to customize the camera mounts since the ones available on Thingiverse were either too narrow or too wide. There is race wire under the heat shrink, I covered it because I think it looks better this way. I decided to try the Diatone Mamba Power Tower Mk2 and I'm very impressed with it, especially for only $44.

I was able to get one test flight in this morning before the rain and it is very smooth and quite powerful.


Part List


Flynoceros Sköll V2 6" Frame

Flight Controller

Diatone Mamba Power Tower MK2 F405 & F40 30x30 Stack Combo (77 builds)


4 x Hyperlite 2207.5-2222KV TEAM EDITION


Lumenier 6x5x3 - Gate Breaker Propeller (Set of 4 - Blue)

FPV Camera

Runcam Phoenix Oscar Liang Edition (13 builds)

FPV Transmitter

Rush TANK 5.8GHz Video Transmitter (55 builds)


Foxeer 5.8G Lollipop 3 2.5DBi Omni Antenna RHCP (2pcs) (80 builds)


FrSky XM+ SBUS 2.4GHz Mini Receiver (21 builds)

Misc Parts

Flynoceros Skoll V2 Antenna Mount by Airmaxx23
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Misc Parts

Flynoceros Skoll V2 Rear Support w/ Receiver Mount by Airmaxx23
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DustyAir   Jun 22, 2019  

SOOOOOOO PISSED that I missed GetFPV selling this frame for $20

Awesome build

HK-AERIAL VTOL   Jun 13, 2019  

Ahh heck yeah! You gotta get a 6" if they are selling it for $20! That makes it easier to spend a hundred smackers on some of those Hyperlites!

  1. How do you like the Oscar Liang Editition RunCam? Better than a Falkor?
  2. You got LEDs under the tape?
    Anyhow... nice build, and I hope it runs for you how my Hyperlite driven rigs run for me (like a scalded dog!).

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