Doppler 6"

By Hovro on May 13, 2017

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Doppler by Rotaro, with the new Mjölnir 2308-2600KV motors. Beastly motors with loads of punch if you let them loose, but also very effective if you are.
The Kombini FC handles up to 5S, even if I dont.
I got the 6" version, running 5" props at the moment. Kit comes with some spare hardware aswell as a spare arm.

Flown this frame for a while as you can see by the pictures and it has handled all the beating I`ve been able to throw at it so far.


Part List



Flight Controller



4 x AIKON SEFM 30A 6S (3 builds)


4 x Mjölnir 2308-2600KV (5 builds)



FPV Camera

Foxeer HS1177 XAT600M 5~22V NTSC 2.5mm lens

FPV Transmitter

FX795T-2 5.8G Switchable 25mW/200mW 40CH Raceband AV Transmitter With Antenna For FPV Multicopter (8 builds)


FrSky X4R-SB - 3/16 Channel Receiver with SBUS and CPPM without pins (121 builds)


Tattu R-Line 4S 1300mAh 95C

Misc Parts

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metropolis   May 17, 2017  

I'm so excited for my Mjolnir motors to arrive! The Doppler definitely looks like an interesting frame, too!

Hovro   May 18, 2017 

Awesome. Hope you like them, cant wait to see the build!

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