165$ 6s Racing Beast

By FPVisioning on Jul 20, 2019

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Who says you need to spend 300 bucks to get an awesome racing setup? The base for this build is only 164. With props and a receiver, you have a RTF top of the line racing quad for only 180. I've built two of these with just slightly different motors. This mamba stack is bullet-proof!

I took these pics before i got the antenna, so I have just a little whip antenna on there. Also, this is quite a sloppy build. I've rebuilt it again with the same exact parts but pristine this time.

I've also sourced all the links for the parts to the greatest FPV websites in the world; Pyrodrone and RaceDayQuads. Fast free shipping, awesome customer service, and you get what you pay for.

And some footage of it flying? I'm not the best racing pilot but I gave it a shot



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