evilBee v3 3"

By evilC on Aug 12, 2019

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Key Features

  • Radix LI F4 FC with Bosch Sensortec BMI160 gyro and Graphical OSD (Vector Artificial Horizon, Gyro spectrum analyzer)
  • Aikon AK32Pin 35A Blheli_32 ESC with DSHOT 1200
  • 3S-6S capable stack
  • Dry weight: 110g

Build Notes

  • The Aikon AK32Pin ESC does not quite fit - the rear posts obstruct slightly. Had to sand down the tab of the battery terminal very slightly (See picture)
  • The iFlight iX3 Lite v3.1 (Note v3.1 with the black posts, not the v3 with the red posts) has M2 stack mounting holes, had to drill to M3
  • The VTx is mounted on a WhiteNoiseFPV Nano mounting board, with the XM+ receiver sitting on top
  • The motors are the 3850KV variant of the AB1404
  • The standoffs are 5mm high, not 6mm. I found these quite hard to come by
  • Separate 5V BEC was used to power the Rx / VTx, as Radix do not recommend powering a 5V VTx from the LI FC. It is in the rear, next to the XT30
  • You can just about do the same build on an iX2 Lite v3 (2.5") frame, but that has 2mm less stack height (evilBee v1 was 2.5")

I am by no means an expert in quad building, any advice on how to improve part selection welcomed


Part List


iFlight iX3 Lite V3.1 3" FPV Frame

Flight Controller

BrainFPV Radix Li Flight Controller (20mm) (2 builds)


Aikon AK32Pin 35A 4in1 ESC (20mm)


4 x AirBlade Superman AB 1404 Brushless Motors (34 builds)


HQ Prop T3x3x3 PC Tri-Blade Propellers - Light Red

FPV Camera

Foxeer Falkor Mini FPV Camera (Red)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro Nano VTX (4 builds)


Lumenier Micro AXII 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP) (U.FL) (4 builds)


FrSky XM Plus EU-LBT 16CH Tiny Receiver with SBUS (12 builds)


Tattu 450mAh 4S 75C LiPo Battery (XT30)

Misc Parts

Unify Pro Mounting Board V2 (26 builds)

Misc Parts

JHEMCU MINI DC-DC BEC 2-6S 5V 3A/ 12V 2A Step Down Module for RC Drone FPV Racing

Misc Parts

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