Floss 3 Lite

By WoLf FPV on Apr 14, 2020

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This is quad four out of five, the floss 3 lite.
With this build, it was to experiment 20x20 stacks and light weight builds
The build came out very nice and flys amazing. Just needed to design some nano cam mounts to really make this build pop and perform better than it is currently.
Nice and Clean, details down to the solder and wires


Part List


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

Flight Controller

AIKON 2020 Stack combo (6 builds)


4 x XILO 2207 2550KV Motor (10 builds)


HQ HEADSUP FPV R38 Racing Propeller (2CCW+2CW) (12 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Nano2 (103 builds)

FPV Transmitter

AKK Nano 3 Micro 25-200mW VTX w/ Smart Audio - U.FL (13 builds)


Lumenier Micro AXII Shorty U.FL 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP) (29 builds)


FrSky XM+ SBUS 2.4GHz Mini Receiver (26 builds)


CNHL Black Series 1500mAh 14.8V 4S 100C Lipo Battery (4 builds)
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Flip_FPV   Apr 16, 2020  

Sweet looking build, very clean. Love the color coordination. Soldering looks top-notch too!

WoLf FPV   Apr 16, 2020 

Thank you very much! Be sure to follow for more upcoming builds :)

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