BQE RIP Squeak Speed Freak Edition

By hekifpv on Apr 06, 2021

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This was my first build. While I probably should've started with something larger like a mini, I love these micro-quads.

Here’s the parts list:
Frame: BQE RIP Squeak - Speed Freak Edition
FC/ESC/VTX: iFlight SucceX Micro F4 Tower System 16x16
Motors: Spintech 1304ST 5600kv for 3s
Camera: Caddx Ant
VTX Antenna: Foxeer Lollipop V3 5.8GHz U.FL
Receiver: TBS Crossfire Nano RX with Minimortal V2 T Antenna
Props: Emax Avan Mini (3x2.4x3)

Add a couple of zip ties and you have all the materials you need. I pushed up the FC stack so there would be some room to put the strap to under mount the battery. Speaking of battery, I ran six packs of 3s 450 mAh for a solid four minute flight time and 550 mAh for five minutes.

It’s extremely nimble, extremely quiet, and FAST. Additional tuning wasn’t necessary, I ran it on stock BetaFlight tuning and I wouldn’t change a thing on it, not even the rates.

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jdmkramer   8 days ago  

First build?! Wow. Well done! It won't be your last ;)

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