Fpvcycle Fouride 5" HD

By jasperfpv on Sep 18, 2020

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I have been building ultralight 3" to 5" for a while but mainly flies traditional 5" of late for HD footage. When I saw Kababfpv's youtube about this frame, it piqued my interest especially his 2203 3000KV pancake motor. I had always wanted to get his TP3 build in the past but it was always out of stock but the Fouride +2203 were in stock so I ordered two with spare arms. I built the 5 " first and will try the 4" later.

I really enjoy it. it is pretty quiet , smooth and efficient with Gemfan 5125 with 4.5-5mins on 4s 1300mah. No major tuning needed with BF 4.2 Bidirectional D shot. Hope to get a Gopro Session mount in the future.

Here's a video of a few flight after the maiden this week. Goggles DVR with fake superview in post.

and recent flight a few weeks after build. It has survived a few crashes without broken arms.



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YorkyPoo   Sep 20, 2020  

I'm surprised you are able to pull all that off with those small motors.

jasperfpv   Sep 20, 2020 

According to Kababfpv, his pancake motor is both suited for 3 inch Cinewhoop or light 4/5". I'm quite happy with them for the Fouride 5". Nice control low down the throttle range.

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