Rotorama HD Wasp

By Rotorama on Nov 05, 2019

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4S Rotorama Wasp with a DJI FPV HD system. The antenna mount is reinforced for extra durability. You can now enjoy the racetrack in HD. It weighs 339 grams which is 44 grams more than the analog build with same components.

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Frame

Rotorama Wasp (3 builds)
Rotorama.com
$46.49

Flight Controller

HGLRC Titan Plus F460 (F4 + 60A ESC's) (4 builds)
Rotorama.com
$93.71

Motors

4 x BrotherHobby Returner R6 2207 2400KV (3 builds)
Rotorama.com
$91.96

Propellers

T-Motor T5150 (10pcs) - Rotorama (4 builds)
Rotorama.com
$6.99

FPV Camera

DJI FPV Air Unit (85 builds)
Rotorama.com
$192.00
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