NightHawk 260 - 4S w/6" build

By AcroFPV on Mar 04, 2016

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This is a build I did back in 2015 when this Frame first hit the scene. This frame came from MRM and uses their high quality carbon fiber, and is not the glossy carbon glass that the eMax version came in. This was the first 4S mini build I did and chose to go with SunnySky 2207-2100kv motors & some slim 20A ESC's to push 6x4.5" HQprops. I also installed the CC3D flight controller because it was what I had at the time.

After tuning the quad and flying it, I did not care for the CC3D and sold this rig to fund a new build :)


Part List


MRM Night Hawk 260mm 100% Carbon Fiber Mini Quadcopter Frame


4 x Sunrise Slim 20A OPTO-ESC


4 x Sunnysky X2207s-2100kv - STANDARD THREAD (CW) – MultiRotorMania


2 x HQPROP - 6x4.5 (2 builds)

FPV Camera

Mini 600tvl Sony Super HAD CCD FPV Camera

FPV Transmitter

Boscam Race Band 400mW Mini 5.8G 32CH VTx (2 builds)
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