SlamNasty HD 6S

By M490fpv on Sep 15, 2019

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Had to try to fit the DJI fpv system to Slam Nasty frame! :D
I used the SlamNasty frame with 19mm standoffs and added locking nuts under the standoffs.
Printed a lower plate to air unit using nylon. Also cam mount had to be widened by 1mm.
Total weight is still quite high, but let's see how it goes.


Part List


SlamNasty 5" Race Frame (16 builds)

Flight Controller

PYRODRONE F4 OSD V2 with VTX PIT mode (21 builds)


PYRO32F3-45AMP 4IN1 F3 32BIT BLHELI ESC 4X45A (7 builds)


4 x Hyperlite 2205.5-1922KV TEAM EDITION (2 builds)


Gemfan Hurricane 51499 Propeller (Set of 4 - Choose Color) (22 builds)

FPV Camera

Caddx DJI Digital HD FPV Camera (164 builds)
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FPV Transmitter

DJI Digital HD FPV Air Unit Module (121 builds)
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TATTU R-Line 1050mAh 6s 95C Lipo Battery (50 builds)
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bugsysiegals   Jun 23, 2020  

i just got this frame and didn't realize I needed 20mm standoffs. I've got the XRotor 60A stack and haven't installed it yet but wondering whether the 20mm height is based on your specific stack and whether these stack on top of the existing stacks? Also, are these aftermarket Air Unit antennas or how did you get them into these prints?

M490fpv   Jun 23, 2020 

I used the Nasty 19mm standoffs and added lock nuts (about 3mm) under the standoffs. This was enough to fit the esc, fc and air unit inside.
Antennas are standard dji antennas, not aftermarket. they are just crossed (left side antenna in air unit comes out from right side of the quad...).

bugsysiegals   Jun 23, 2020 

Thanks! My ESC came with the cap soldered to the back between the power leads and is shrink wrapped so it will not fit. I can cut the shrink wrap, bend the cap up a little bit, and it would probably lay on top of the back piece between the zip strip holes but it seems the 3D printed pieces for the Air Unit antennas may not allow it to sit there ... not having printed these yet, do you know if a cap could fit there?

M490fpv   Jun 23, 2020 

no idea. you need to test.

Jayembee67   Oct 08, 2019  

This truly is a lovely thing... I'm about to start my 3rd DJI System build, and I think this is going to be it, this is so great! Fine work. So a question and a request: How bad is the prop-in-view with this? Does the extra height get them down in the bottom 1/3 at least? And would you be so kind as to post the STLs for the tray and antenna mounts to your Thingieverse gallery? It'd be a great help!

Sconeboy   Sep 28, 2019  

Are any of the 3D printed parts custom? Or is it just the stock frame hardware?

M490fpv   Sep 29, 2019 

all printed parts on this build are my design. But

Sconeboy   Oct 03, 2019 

Have you raced it yet? My build is ~40g heavier than this and feels like a brick compared to my analog racers.

Dab_FPV   Sep 29, 2019  

would a Titan stack fit?

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Dab_FPV   Sep 29, 2019 

That would be nice!

Dab_FPV   Sep 29, 2019 

i have a question: can you run the dji system on a taranis?

M490fpv   Sep 29, 2019 

yes, you can use your own radio and receiver, and use the DJI system on fpv only.

AncientJ   Sep 20, 2019  

How do you get a battery strap in there? ESC looks like it's less than 1mm off the bottom plate.

M490fpv   Sep 20, 2019 

there is plenty of room. 2mm spacers and esc soft mounted on top of it. I soldered the middle motor wires to bottom of the pads (to get some room to usb) so it just looks low 😁

Jodie Froster   Sep 19, 2019  

How much do you love this quad right now?

M490fpv   Sep 19, 2019 

It is very nice build 🥰
I like these dji builds so much, that i'm considering to sell all my analog builds 😁

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