MRM225 w/RS2205S-2300kv & Zeus 30A

By AcroFPV on Jan 08, 2017

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This is a build I did for a client. I really love using this frame because it has plenty of room for any component on the market, plus extra room on top to hold a larger 1550mah 4S lipo AND a HD Cam :)

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Part List

Frame

MRM225 Carbon Fiber Mini 225mm Frame (5 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$48.00

Flight Controller

MRM Mantis F3 Flight Controller - MultiRotorMania.com (40 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$28.00

ESCs

4 x MRM Zeus S 30 Amp BLHELI_S ESC
Multirotormania.com
$68.00

Motors

4 x eMax RS2205S 2300KV Brushless Motor (2 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$80.00

Propellers

DAL CYCLONE Series T5045C High-end Propellers - Full Set
Multirotormania.com
$3.20

FPV Camera

Mini 600tvl Sony Super HAD CCD FPV Camera
Multirotormania.com
$38.00

FPV Transmitter

Foxeer TM200 200mW 5.8G 40CH Mini Race Band VTX – MultiRotorMania (12 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$18.99

Antenna

VAS 5.8GHz BLUEBEAM WHIP Antenna Set (2 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$33.80

Receiver

FrSky XSR - S.BUS RECEIVER – MultiRotorMania (50 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$25.99

Batteries

Tattu R-Line 1550mAh 95C 4S1P lipo battery pack with XT60 – MultiRotorMania (49 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$36.99

Power Distribution

MRM Micro PDB with 5v and 12v BEC – MultiRotorMania (13 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$2.00
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