QSL Hornet HD

By QSLabs on Jul 14, 2020

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The hottest little digital micro is the Torque FPV Hornet-HD. We finally got our hands on one and with some newly released motors from Brother Hobby (1504.5) we are stoked to launch our latest BNF/RTF.

This little pocket rocket is so well balanced and provides the closest thing to a full 5" in a micro DJI digital FPV form factor.



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Felias   2 days ago  

Looking great! Love those small yet incredibly stable 3" builds. I'm working on one myself.
Would you mind sharing your PIDs with us? It seems you're having it well locked in.

Nathan Jacobs   25 days ago  

Are you shipping internationally. I am in South Africa and would like to get one.

Celine_E   26 days ago  

What is the flight time with a 450mah battery flying fast versus cruising and does it handle a tri-blade well? Nice chilled out flight, but I would love to see some low to the ground footage with this build.

QSLabs   26 days ago 

I will try to get more stick time on it. We just are so busy it becomes tough to fly them a ton before we move to the next one... LOL

QSLabs   26 days ago 

triblade works great

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