6" Sköll

By thatsthequy on Jul 08, 2017

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Part List


Sköll V2 Base Plate Set

Flight Controller

Betaflight F3 Flight Controller (New Version F4 Available) (13 builds)


4 x Spedix ES30A HV 3-6S ESC BLHeli_S (176 builds)


4 x RTF TS2207 - 2300KV BRUSHLESS MOTOR (19 builds)

FPV Camera

PZ Mini FPV camera (11 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 V2 SMA (150 builds)


Pagoda 2 LHCP Antenna (SMA) (2 builds)


XM PLUS (Mini SBUS Non-telemetry Full Range) (1430 builds)
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SPST_V   Jul 09, 2017  

Looks pretty solid. AUW?

thatsthequy   Jul 10, 2017 

It’s a tank compared to my last quad. This puppy is sitting at 674g AUW with 6” props and a 1300mAh Adrenaline pack.

SPST_V   Jul 10, 2017 

And that low profile session mounting is genius.

660g here, seems like above 650g is what we usually get when building tanky 6inch without saving weight.
Which is totally fine, more floaty than most of light 5inch quads :)

I see all of your last quads retired... bad crash?

thatsthequy   Jul 10, 2017 

Yeah I didn't really care about the end weight on this quad. The "floaty" thing is BS to me though haha. What I do know is this quad flies just like I want, I just have to tune out the oscillations it has.

First quad was outdated, parted out. Second quad had too many video problems. Third took a arm-breaking crash at a race and instead of cutting a new unibody baseplate i just moved all the parts to this 6" frame.

I always wanted to try 6" too. I will probably run this quad on 5" props for the most part though.

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