Rotorama Samurai V2

By Rotorama on Jul 18, 2019

4  163  2

One of the fastest quad we have ever flown. Light and powerful. The frame itself weights 49 grams and with 2207 motors the power to weight ratio is just ridiculous.


Part List


Rotorama Samurai V2 (3 builds)

Flight Controller

HGLRC Forward FD445 (F4 + 45A stack) (4 builds)


4 x HGLRC FD2207 1775KV


Gemfan Hurricane 51499-3 - Rotorama (2 builds)

FPV Camera

Runcam Racer 2 (4 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS charger Unify Pro NANO 25-50mW (7 builds)


Foxeer Lollipop RHCP Super Mini u.FL (10 builds)


TBS Crossfire NANO RX (SE) (6 builds)


Infinity RS Force V2 6S 1300mAh 120C
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Mantas   Jul 18, 2019  

Thats different motors..

Rotorama   Jul 19, 2019 

fixed, thank you ;-)

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