The Jok3r

By ThePanda on Feb 22, 2017

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Old build have long since sold the quad

Part List

Frame

F1-5 Acro
Armattanquads.com
$95.00

Flight Controller

RMRC Seriously Dodo Flight Controller - Rev 3a
Readymaderc.com
$29.99

ESCs

4 x DYS XS30A Brushless ESC -$16.99 Online Shopping| GearBest.com (5 builds)
Gearbest.com
$67.96

Motors

4 x HyperLite 2206-2450KV Team Edition (8 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$79.96

Propellers

Team RACEKRAFT 5051 5" TRI-BLADE PROP - INSANE SPEED (SkyStar Blue) (3 builds)
Readytoflyquads.com
$3.99

FPV Camera

Runcam Swift 600TVL FPV Camera (Black) (16 builds)
Amainhobbies.com
$39.99

FPV Transmitter

RMRC Cricket Pro - 5.8GHz VTX w/ Race Band w/ Pigtail Connection (3 builds)
Readymaderc.com
$59.99

Antenna

Omnivision - 5.8GHz 3 Lobe Stubby SMA Antenna - RHCP Purple
Readymaderc.com
$15.99

Receiver

FrSky XSR 2.4GHz 16CH ACCST Receiver w/ S-Bus & CPPM (377 builds)
Getfpv.com
$14.99

Power Distribution

RMRC Dodo PDB (7 builds)
Readymaderc.com
$3.99

Misc Parts

Armattan Acro POD
Armattanquads.com
$35.00
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