HyperLite EVO 4mm 4-in-1 ESC

By moteasa on Apr 17, 2017

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One of my racers for this season. I like this frames features and having a little more room to work with.

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Part List

Frame

HyperLite EVO HD 5" Racing Frame 4mm Arms (2 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$59.99

Flight Controller

SP Racing F4 Acro Flight Controller for Cleanflight & Betaflight (2 builds)
Myrcmart.com
$14.99

ESCs

DYS F20A 4in1 20amp ESC with 5 and 12volt BEC
Pirofliprc.com
$38.50

Motors

4 x RCX RS2206 (V2) 2400KV FPV Racing Motor (Japan EZO Bearing / N52SH Arc Magnet) (5 builds)
Myrcmart.com
$55.96

Propellers

5" Double Blade Propellers 5038DCS Clear Orange
Pirofliprc.com
$3.49

FPV Camera

Runcam Swift 2 Black 2.3mm Lens (15 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$39.99

FPV Transmitter

10CM SMA Pigtail W/UFL Connector (5 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$4.99

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV - RACE (SMA) (116 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$29.95

Antenna

Lumenier AXII 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP) (2 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$39.99

Receiver

FrSky XSR (264 builds)
Pirofliprc.com
$14.99
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Aahi   Apr 23, 2017  

Hi Moteasa. Nice Build! I've actually ordered the same motor/esc combo but with a DYS omnibus F4 FC, which should stack nicely with the F20A. I'm starting to have second thoughts about the amp draw from these motors and wanted to see if you had been happy with the performance of your F20A? I'm gonna run 4s and 2 blade props in the beginning to test it out but would like to start using some heavier 3 blade props permanently and am worried that the F20A won't be able to handle the 30A+ spikes. what are your thoughts?

Cheers.

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highway11   Apr 18, 2017  

How do you like those props with that motor?

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highway11   Apr 18, 2017 

wow, nice track. Looks pretty difficult too. Is that based on the MultiGP Regional finals track? It looks somewhat similar

moteasa   Apr 18, 2017 

Good eye. There's a few elements from the regional finals track and the rest is just a gauntlet of things. The guy that sets it up has a 3" lightweight so the course usually favors tight and twisty. Only a few of us run out there. For our bigger club races the courses are bigger and more open. More than a few people on this course would have a lot of mid-airs. Great practice though.

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