SkyRyder 114 1S

By quad66 on Mar 21, 2020

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SkyRyder is a new line Quad66 of frames optimized for 1-2 S builds with zip tie canopies. The form factor is super compact and works best with regular size AIO whoop board with built in RX or VTX. The idea here is to really balance small space performance with daily flyer robustness.

The frames are available from my Armattan store:

The oversize "Toothpick" boards and 16 x 16 stacks may be a little too tight especially with external RX and VTX. For these 2-3 S builds I am working on a WarPig line (updated versions of the 110 and 120).

This build uses the 1.5 mm version of the SkyRyder 114 (aprox 2.6 gm) built up with the Betafpv F4 1S baord with built in Frsky reciver. The motors are Geprc 1102 14000kv and I fly it on 450 mah 1S with 65 mm Whocares press on props. A 2 mm thick version of the frame is also available if you prioritize durability.

Dry weight aprox 25 gm
AUW aprox 38 gm

Diff for JESC 48 khz RPM filtering:

Diff for JESC 24 khz RPM filtering:

On 24 vs 48 khz on this build I am not seeing a meaningful difference in efficiency. There is however a noticeable difference in flight performance. I feel that 24 hkz has generates more thrust but is a little more prone to mid throttle oscillation. On 48 khz power is less but the response is smoother so that the quad is easier to fly.


Part List


SkyRyder 114 1.5 mm (65mm 1102 1 S AIO builds) v2

Flight Controller

F4 1S Brushless Flight Controller V2.2 (14 builds)


4 x GEPRC GR1102 Motors - GEPRC (4 builds)


10 PAIRS 65mm PROP With 1.5mm Hole by Whocares (10CW+10CCW) (10 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Nano 3 - FPV Camera (27 builds)

FPV Transmitter

NameLessRC Nano400 VTX 25mw-400mw 5V (7 builds)
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yoodog   Mar 24, 2020  

so what kind of flight time you get on it acro outside?

quad66   Mar 25, 2020 

3 - 3.5 min fairly agressive, about 5 when my son is just cruising

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