FS215 Beast mode

By M490fpv on Jul 02, 2020

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Decided to build the new B. Crow FS215 freestyle frame. I used a Cadx Vista fpv system on this build, so i had to sand down 0,5mm of the cam plates.
I painted the cam plates partially to have more aggressive look.
Designed the antenna mount and GoPro mount. I will add them later to Thingiverse...
Looks gorgeous in black/neon yellow?

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Part List

Frame

B.Crow FS215 Freestyle Frame
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$106.46

Flight Controller

Combo PYRODRONE F4 RACE + PYRO32F3-45A "V2"
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$104.40

Motors

4 x Rcinpower Moteur SmooX 2306.5 1880kv (2 builds)
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$117.96

Propellers

HQProp ETHIX S5 Cinematic Props (10 builds)
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$4.13

FPV Camera

Caddx Vista HD System (9 builds)
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$195.28

Receiver

TBS Crossfire Nano RX (SE) (337 builds)
Drone-fpv-racer.com
$40.15
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tomhiddleston   Jul 06, 2020  

Looks great, thanks for the introduction, I gained a lot of insights from your sharing. Thanks very much. mapquest directions

Sharkey5150fpv   Jul 06, 2020  

Thanks for your post! I agree with you! Black with the Neon yellow/greenish just looks "over the top" SICK . Maybe you or someone can school me? I'm not very good with perception of certain colors but, does anyone know if this is the same or at least close to the color AKA "chartreuse"? I really don't know for sure but, Id be very appreciative to anyones opinion. Thanks!

M490fpv   Jul 07, 2020 

I am not a color expert either, but yes i think it is at least really close. i usually take a piece of filament with me and try to find the matching color from the paint store. it is more reliable way to find matching colors, compared to decision based on color charts in web.

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