Readytosky Alien II

By Rotorama on Aug 08, 2019

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Cheap freestyle quad for a new pilots.

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Part List

Frame

Readytosky Alien 5" (4 builds)
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$27.00

Flight Controller

Mamba F4 (5 builds)
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$31.21

ESCs

Readytosky 35A 4in1 3-6S with current sensor
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$39.00

Motors

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

Propellers

HQprop 5.1x4.1x3 - Rotorama (3 builds)
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$3.49

FPV Camera

Foxeer Arrow Micro PRO (6 builds)
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$26.89

FPV Transmitter

EWRF e708TM3 25/200 / 600mW (3 builds)
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$18.99

Antenna

Readytosky Pagoda - Rotorama (3 builds)
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$5.19

Hardware

M3 softmount internal (5 builds)
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$1.59
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