R-5 Floss 3 lite

By zeizei79 on Apr 02, 2020

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My second finished build. I started building a racer on top of Floss 3.0 frame from leftover and second-hand sourced parts. When getting the missing pieces I "accidentally" ordered also Floss 3.0 lite frame, Hyperlite 2206.5 1722kv motors and Hobbywing 20x20 40A from a huge discount and decided to make also 6S racer. Pretty happy with how it flies and great image quality of Oscar Phoenix camera. I don't like the current antenna setup that was quickly hacked to make this thing flying. That is going to change anyway as I'm planning to replace the VTX with Unify Pro32 Nano attached to 20x20 mounting board together with XM+ (hope it fits as space is quite limited in this frame)

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