Fantastic Fouride! - 4”, 4s with Insta360 Go

By maplechill on Aug 12, 2020

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Super happy with the way this quad turned out. The FPV Cycle Fouride is specifically designed around the way I wanted a DJI vista quad to be. It has an aio whoop board, motors and a vista. DONE. The recipe makes an easy to build, easy to maintain quad.

This quad has BrotherHobby 2004 3150kv motors and a BetaFPV 35a aio with 32bit esc's. Together with a GNB 1100mAh 4s battery even throttle happy flights go for the full amount of time the insta360 go will record, 5min. Both the HQ T4x2x3 and Gemfan Hurricane 4023's have been excellent.

All up with the insta360 go and 1100mAh GNB battery (double battery straps and all! lol) tgis quad is weighing in at a grand total of 364 grams.

I'm going to have to try a 5" version next ;)



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