Hyperlite Floss 3.0 Lite 6S

By Buzzin G FPV on Feb 20, 2020

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Hyperlite Floss 3.0 Lite 6S

Fresh build for the 2020 race season

Dry Weight: 279g
All Up Weight: 492g

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Part List

Frame

Hyperlite Floss 3.0 LITE Race Frame 5"
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$58.62

Flight Controller

HelioRC SPRING IMU-F Mini Flight Controller (20x20) (2 builds)
Shop.brickracing.com
$39.90

ESCs

Aikon AK32PIN 4in1 35A 6S (4 builds)
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$67.66

Motors

4 x T-Motor F60 PRO IV - 1950Kv
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$121.52

Propellers

GEMFAN 51466-3 Hurricane - MCK - 4pcs
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$3.38

FPV Camera

Foxeer Predator Micro V4 (2 builds)
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$45.07

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro Nano 5.8g
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$28.18

Antenna

Lumenier AXII 2 Stubby 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP)
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$24.74

Receiver

TBS Crossfire Nano RX (2 builds)
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$36.03

Batteries

AHTECH Infinity RS Force V2 1150mah 120C 6S Lipo Battery
Getfpv.com
$29.99
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drumdude0   Feb 24, 2020  
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Nice, very well put together. What's the rx/vtx board?

Buzzin G FPV   Feb 24, 2020 

thanks buddy, the board came with the Unify Nano, Unify and Crossfire nano solder directly onto it. it's 20x20 but holes only M2 I had to drill out to M3. whitenoise also have similar boards

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