Mini 210 II

By Rotorama on Jul 29, 2019

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Another build for a new pilots. Easy and cheap frame with a basic components. Ideal to get you in the air and taste the FPV.

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Part List

Frame

Mini 210 (4 builds)
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$14.99

Flight Controller

Airbot Omnibus F4 v6 (6 builds)
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$32.99

ESCs

4 x Racerstar RS20A V2
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$47.16

Motors

4 x Racerstar 2205 2300 kV - Rotorama (5 builds)
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$31.52

Propellers

DALPROP Cyclone T5045C - Rotorama (2 builds)
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$2.59

FPV Camera

Foxeer Arrow Mini Pro 2.5mm (2 builds)
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$26.99

FPV Transmitter

Runcam TX200U 25 / 200mw + BFCMS (7 builds)
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$17.99

Antenna

Foxeer Lollipop RHCP Super Mini u.FL (10 builds)
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$11.29

Receiver

Flysky X6B receiver with PPM / i-Bus (3 builds)
Rotorama.com
$12.49
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