MRM250 RaceQuad Build

By AcroFPV on Nov 03, 2015

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I fly this quadcopter with a 1550mah 4S and get almost 8 minutes of aggressive flight. The GoPro Hero mount has been swapped out and is now replaced with a 40 degree version. I find the 1550mah 4S to be the best match for weight & flight times. See the comment section for videos shot with this setup. For the best footage I use Triblade 5x4 props.

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Part List

Frame

MRM250 V3 with Super Simple MRM/OSO PDB
Multirotormania.com
$65.00

Flight Controller

DRAGONFLY 32 PRO FLIGHT CONTROL BOARD (14 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$27.00

ESCs

4 x MRM Zeus 20 Amp BLHeli ESC
Multirotormania.com
$52.00

Motors

4 x MRM Mini Titan V1 2204-2300 Brushless Motor
Multirotormania.com
$45.60

Propellers

2 x HQProp 6x4.5x3 Props - 1 Pair - Choose Your Color (2 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$5.70

FPV Camera

Mini 600tvl Sony Super HAD CCD FPV Camera
Multirotormania.com
$38.00

Antenna

VAS 5.8GHz BLUEBEAM OMNI VTx Antenna
Multirotormania.com
$26.00

Receiver

FrSky D4R-II 4/8 CHANNEL RECEIVER w/CPPM (7 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$24.99

Batteries

Tattu 4S1P 1550mAh 75C Racing Lipo Battery Pac
Multirotormania.com
$40.00
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AcroFPV   Nov 03, 2015  

Here is some video from this quadcopter on its maiden FPV flight:

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