3s 1103 5000kv hq2525

By matthew saigon on Oct 21, 2019

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i put my setup here, so i don't have to remember it.

it's basically a happymodel larva X, but with lower kv and better motors and everything else :) but look this looks uglier. :)

weight: 54g ( you could easily shave a few grams off. i'm just lazy )
batteries: 42g ( just find them around that weight, i don't like mine much. but i don't want to waste them )
props: hq2525
motors: Amax 1103 5000kv
flight controller: Geprc 12a whoop board
receiver: R XsR
camera: modula7 aio camera with vtx chopped off ( use the diagram in picture )
vtx: tbs pro32 nano

PID is ok, not great ( in the picture )
betaflight 4.1 w/o rpm filtering

10/21/19: i don't have video now. but soon.

Photos

Part List

Frame

PicklePick : 2inch, 65mm & 3 inch toothpick quadcopter frames by ledroneclub (10 builds)
Thingiverse.com
See Site

Flight Controller

NameLessRC AIO412T (FC+ESC AIO) (9 builds)
Fpvcycle.com
$42.99

Motors

4 x AMAX Products
Racedayquads.com
$49.56

Propellers

HQ Prop 2.5x2.5x3 Tri-Blade 2.5" Prop 4 Pack - Choose Your Color (12 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$1.60

FPV Camera

Camera/VTX Combos & AIOs for Whoops & Micros (17 builds)
Racedayquads.com
$45.99

Misc Parts

BeeBrain V2 Camera Color Mount (13 builds)
Newbeedrone.com
$2.99
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