Hyperlite Floss 3.0 Lite

By Pete_Air on Mar 24, 2020

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Went to my first race a couple of months ago and got bit hard from the racing Bug! After my freestyle rig took a good beat down from the first race, I had to build a race quad that was meant for racing and the abuse it comes with.
Decided on the Hyperlite Floss 3.0 Lite, since it was designed for a 20 x 20 stack and parts were readily available. The frame is super light, but I ended up designing some TPU parts for some initial protection while I learned to run gates.
The 20 x 20 boards are small, but it was still a tight squeeze fitting everything under the canopy.

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Since I knew I was going to get passed often, I wanted others to be able to see me as much as possible, so I added LED's to bottom of the arms.
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Built it with the hybrid rear arms and got it running on a 6S 1100 mah battery that is small and lighter. The bird flies great, rails corners, and can definitely take a beating!
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Part List


Hyperlite Floss 3.0 LITE Race Frame "5 INCH" (2 builds)

Flight Controller

AIKON 2020 Stack combo (6 builds)


4 x T-Motor MCK Edition 2207 1800kv Motor


Gemfan 51466x3 Hurricane Durable (4pcs) MCK (38 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Racer 3 (4 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO32 NANO 5G8 (186 builds)


Lumenier AXII 2 Stubby 5.8GHz Antenna (LHCP) (2 builds)


FrSky R-XSR SBUS 2.4GHz Micro ReceiverDefault Title (823 builds)


PyroDrone Graphene 1100mAh 6S 22.2V 75C (2 builds)
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Leviathann   Apr 17, 2020  

A beautiful build! I strongly recommend that you get the front arm brace, because it is a lifesaver. It can also look good if you color it well. ;)

Masafina   Mar 31, 2020  

just wao!! beautifull machine you have there

Jayembee67   Mar 25, 2020  

Glorious in all regards. And so, so tidy. Dear me that's neat.

Pete_Air   Mar 26, 2020 

Thanks! Might take it out to Alameda Point this weekend for a quick Rip!

Jayembee67   Mar 26, 2020 

Oh? Flying field with the gazebo next to the Douglas Skyhawk-on-a-stick? I might get to see it in action then! From a socially responsible distance, of course...

Jodie Froster   Mar 25, 2020  

1st of all, this rig looks SICK. It's amazing how small parts have gotten for racing, your vtx antenna looks HUGE. Just a year ago (maybe a year and a half) that was the smallest circular polarised antenna on the market... now it's like you strapped a refrigerator on your back. Your color coordination, and wire routing are on point.

Pete_Air   Mar 26, 2020 

yeah, this thing is definitely smaller than my freestyle quad. I ordered a 5" frame, but after I built it, I thought they may have sent me a 4" frame!

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