Readytosky Alien

By Rotorama on Jul 18, 2019

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Cheap build for new pilots. It is durable, easy to build and powerful enough to get you in the air and let you learn you how to fly.


Part List


Readytosky Alien 5" (4 builds)

Flight Controller

Mamba F4 (5 builds)


4 x DYS XSD20A (2 builds)


4 x Racerstar 2205 2300 kV - Rotorama (5 builds)


HQprop 5.1x4.1x3 - Rotorama (3 builds)

FPV Camera

Foxeer Arrow Micro PRO (6 builds)

FPV Transmitter

EWRF e708TM3 25/200 / 600mW (3 builds)


Readytosky Pagoda - Rotorama (3 builds)


Infinity ForePlay 4S 1500mAh 100C (4 builds)
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maplechill   Jul 20, 2019  

switch to Diatone Mamba Power Tower Mk2. save $12 and get a 40amp esc instead. with only a 20amp esc i would stick to 5043 props

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