Shocker 4"

By Chief on Oct 30, 2021

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This has been my first full build. I’ve repaired many before, but have never started from scratch.

After spending some time looking around at frames, I was taken by the Catalyst Machine works Shocker frame. Having the chipsets hanging from the bottom and the motor platforms being higher sounded like it could have great potential. I decided to go for the 4” frame as I already had a 5” and a 3” drone.

This frame was designed to handle two 20x20 stacks. I decided to go for the Mamba F722 mini stack, which are fitted into the front bay. The rear bay houses the TBS crossfire nano and the TBS Unify pro32 nano (on the same board), along with a spare board being used to mount a battery-operated buzzer.

With the battery shortage I’ve not managed to fly this yet, but I’m hoping to use some 4s 850mah lipos to power this.



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feej   24 days ago  

This looks awesome, nice build!

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