iFlight iH3 3" Dual Split

By Rotorama on Aug 01, 2019

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Just a small freestyle quad. In the frame is plenty of space to build two stacks next to each other and the Runcam split camera is well protected. For its size it has a great amount of power. It is great for indoor acrobatics and flying in places, where you just can not take your 5".

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Frame

iFlight iH3 3" Dual Split (2 builds)
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$27.99

Flight Controller

iFlight Succex Mini F4 + 35A Fly Tower (2 builds)
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$69.99

Motors

4 x T-Motor F15 Orange 6000KV - last piece (2 builds)
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$46.72

Propellers

AVAN Micro 3024-3 - Rotorama
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$2.79

FPV Camera

Runcam Split Mini V2 (5 builds)
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$73.99

FPV Transmitter

Eachine VTX03 25/50/200mW (5 builds)
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$15.29

Antenna

Actuna GEM - FPV 5.8GHz - RHCP u.FL
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$9.59
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