Ghost 85x

By Piccolo on Oct 07, 2019

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My fav whoop right now.

  • In cold weather the frame breaks, otherwise its durable.
  • Betafpv 1-2 AIO FC needs a capacitor, without it can die.

Runcam nano 2 cam has better image.
VTX: Betafpv A01


Part List


Beta85X Whoop Frame (9 builds)

Flight Controller

F4 1-2S AIO Brushless Flight Controller (10 builds)


BETAFPV 1103 11000KV Brushless Motors - KiwiQuads (5 builds)


6 Pairs Emax AVAN Micro 2 Inch 4-blade RC Drone FPV Racing Propeller for 11XX 4500-6500KV Motor  RC Parts from Toys Hobbies a (13 builds)
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FPV Camera

RunCam Nano2 (95 builds)

FPV Transmitter

A01 25-200mW 5.8G VTX (8 builds)


FrSky R9 Mini 900MHz Long Range Receiver (52 builds)


GNB 450mAh 3S 80C LiHV Battery (XT30) (10 builds)


FrSky ACCST Taranis Q X7 Transmitter 2.4G 16CH Mode 2 White Black International Version for RC Drone (215 builds)


Fat Shark Dominator HDO FPV Goggles (116 builds)

HD Camera

GoPro Hero5 Session (196 builds)

Misc Parts

ProFlex Dipole 868Mhz - 915MHz IPEX4 MHF4 FRSKY R9M antenna (2 builds)

Radio Module

FrSky R9M 900MHz Long Range Transmitter Module for FrSky R9 Series (69 builds)

Battery Charger

ISDT Q6 Lite 200W 8A MINI Pocket Battery Balance Charger for 2S-6S Lipo Battery (22 builds)

Soldering Iron

MINI TS100 Digital OLED Programmable Interface DC5525 Soldering Iron Station Built-in STM32 Chip (161 builds)

Misc Supplies

Mox 868MHz XS - for small remote controller
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StickyRice   Oct 08, 2019  

that looks fineeee!

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