DroneWolf PuP V2

By animatedlim_fpv on Jan 17, 2017

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My newest acquisition. Had the original 4" Pup but I lost it awhile ago. Now I have a 5" Pup V2 to add to a growing fleet.

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Part List

Frame

Dronewolf Pup II
Dronewolf.com.au
$90.00

Flight Controller

KISS F3 32bit Flight Controller V1.03 (180 builds)
Hobbyking.com
$29.33

ESCs

4 x Flyduino KISS 24A Race Edition ESC (2~5S) (122 builds)
Hobbyking.com
$88.20

Motors

4 x Safety Third Racing 2206/24,000 DB (4 builds)
Safety-third-racing-pro-shop.myshopify.com
$79.96

Propellers

RaceKraft 5 Inch Tri-Blade Propeller - Transparent 5040 (5x4x3)
Getpropsman.com
$2.99

FPV Camera

RunCam Swift IR Block Black ***Choose Lens Type*** (2 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$36.99

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro HV 5.8 GHz Video Transmitter (584 builds)
Fpvheadquarters.com
$49.95

Antenna

TBS Triumph 5.8 GHz Antenna - SMA (541 builds)
Fpvheadquarters.com
$39.95

Receiver

FrSky X4R-SB - 3/16 Channel Receiver with Sbus and CPPM WITHOUT PINS (177 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$24.99

Misc Parts

Session 4 & 5 Mount (14 builds)
Creativedex.com
$15.00
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mikepatton   Sep 05, 2019  

Hey, nice build. With those MBPrimos it is perfect. run 3 free

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