Arx-R v2 hybrid ultralight

By BloodyLordV on Aug 13, 2019

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So, after a shitload of work with burning flight controllers it is here - Quadstardrones Arx 5r v2 hybrid. First of all - I higly don't recomend Iflight succex mini stack for this built - I've burnt 4 FCs in the row becouse vtx antenna was pushing down the flight controller sitting only on rubber standoffs -kakute f7 mini, having the built in vibroinsulators can be securly mounted on the nylon standoffs guaranting a non problematic usage.

AUW 399g

So, after a short while of testing I can say a few words.
Firstly - vertical arms help with control. I guess it is thanks to the rectification of the air vortex created by the prop. Thanks to this the vector of thrust has less work to do as smaller changes in RPM create more of the vertical force. Once again - it is only my guess.

Unforunatelly, although the controll is much better than in my legit 4h lite the 4 inch had noticably better top speed and acceleration, althought the 5 incher seems to have at least comparable bottom of thrust.

All in all - I am quite happy with this one and can't wait to showing you what this setup can do!

Thanks to my sponsor - Adam Demon Tusk DemonRC


Part List


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Flight Controller

Kakute F7 Mini (2 builds)


SucceX mini 35A V3.0 2-6S 4 in 1 ESC Dshot1200 (2 builds)


4 x DRC WILDFIRE MOTOR (2205, 1777kv )


Gemfan 51466x3 Hurricane Durable (4pcs) MCK (6 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Micro Sparrow 2 (56 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro Nano 5G8 (74 builds)




FrSky XM+ SBUS Mini Receiver (1136 builds)


TATTU R-Line 1050mAh 6s 95C Lipo Battery (19 builds)
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ThumbzFPV   4 days ago  

Welcome to the club! We are few. And we are proud. Also, if you clean that build up you'll get ALOT more speed out of it. I've got a 6" that does 130mph on 4S 2450kv. The speed can be had, just takes a little work.

BloodyLordV   10 hours ago 

Hello! It so nice to see such a warm welcome. I have to change the ESC and one motor so cleaning up electrical instalation will be done. I'll update the photos.

As for the speed - it is reather caused by the size of and weight of motors in the 5 inch class. To achive higher top speed I would need to use higher motors and those are heavy and in consequence reduce the nimbleness of my quad. Thats why I achived it in a 4 inch quad, where I could use high 1408 motors while keeping low weight (also those motors were a trash as they were ripping the windings during small crashes).

As for the Arx - it is very, very good.

fovea   5 days ago  

nice a new nice build from you, thanks for share! sadly your issue with the fcs. hope for a dvr.

BloodyLordV   4 days ago 

Unforunatelly you'll have to wait for about 2 weeks for the DVR. I also have a short break becouse I'vs smoked an ESC and a motor. Thankfully in 2 days I'll have the new ones (New ESC will be ori32)

HK-AERIAL VTOL   6 days ago  

(John McClaine's Voice) Welcome to the party, pal!

BloodyLordV   6 days ago 

After 2 forced months - you have no idea how nice it is to hear. The manevroubility of this quad freakin rocks!

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