SR-BEAST 10" Muscle Quad

By BluescreenISU on Feb 10, 2020

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Are you scary?
Then do not look at this Monster!


Part List


Lethal Conception - SR-Beast - Frame Kit

Flight Controller

Hobbywing - XRotor Flight Controller F4 G3 (2 builds)


Hobbywing - XRotor Micro 60A 4in1 BLHeli32 (43 builds)


4 x BrotherHobby Tornado T5 Pro 3115 - 1050Kv (3 builds)


4 x CAM Carbon Power-Prop 10x7

FPV Camera

Foxeer Standard/Mini Predator 4 FPV Racing Camera

FPV Transmitter

T-Motor FT200 Racing VTX - MMCX


Antenne Lumenier AXII 2 Stubby 5.8GHz - RHCP (2 builds)


FrSky R9 MM-OTA Receiver (EU)


Pyrodrone Graphene 2200mAh 5S 18.5V 75C (5 builds)
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Pimpmykwad   Feb 14, 2020  

really curious to see some footage of this beast!!!! ^_^ What about vibration? not too much??

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1Smug_Bastard   Feb 24, 2020 

Video or it didnt happen...

BluescreenISU   Feb 24, 2020 

Yes just look my Video above, compare HQProps (zero vibration) vs Aeronauts (have to balance this Props)

1Smug_Bastard   Feb 25, 2020 

For a 10" quad yours flies pretty good. (Which ia rare)
That being said, larger builds are likely to fall out of favor before too long.


  • Cost...Small is cheaper to build and repair, in many cases by as much as a 3rd.
  • Crash survivability... Thanks to physics, smaller craft fair much better.
  • Regulation... Especially in the U.S. where the sh!t is about to hit the fan.
  • Location... Larger quads need a much larger area to fly in just like larger animals need a larger area to live in.
  • Tuning... LIKely to be difficult even on a standardized build, as part differances will result in some units being unmanagable. (motor/ prop balencing, filtering and ESC related issues)

Only real advantages i see here are braging rights and flight time. However both of those are moot when considering that a 5" is likely to have less down time do to tuning issues and or repairs. Simply put cost (money and time) vs overall enjoyment (how much of your free time is it actually in the air).

1Smug_Bastard   Feb 21, 2020  

Wow, just the frame is 327grams !

BluescreenISU   Feb 21, 2020 

Yes but trust in Aeronaut Power Props 10x7 !

HK-AERIAL VTOL   Feb 11, 2020  

What a nice specimen!

miromir237   Feb 11, 2020  

Do you think, Caddyx Vista would fit in there?

BluescreenISU   Feb 11, 2020 

Caddx Vista will not fit, stack would be to high inside frame.

miromir237   Feb 11, 2020  

Awesome looking quad.

Clarkr   Feb 10, 2020  

Dad theres a monster under my bed!!!!!

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