TBS Storm Hawk

By Carbon_Rob on Jun 05, 2017

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Inspired by our man Stew, the storm hawk. 350g without the battery, a little heavy but flies amazing. The torque of the 2207 2300kv is a great match for RK5051 props. The split level makes for an unusually quiet 5 inch racer. Addressable led strips in the back.

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Part List

Frame

XY215 V2 215MM Split Level Frame Kit DIY Frame Part For FPV Racer (3 builds)
Banggood.com
$37.99

Flight Controller

BetaflightF3 Flight Controller (131 builds)
Us.fpvmodel.com
$29.66

ESCs

4 x TBS BulletProof 25A DSHOT600 ESC (28 builds)
Team-blacksheep.com
$67.80

Motors

4 x DYS STORM 2207 2300KV Brushless Motor – MultiRotorMania
Multirotormania.com
$87.96

Propellers

RaceKraft 5051 TCS Tri Blade 4 Pack (2 CW and 2 CCW) (122 builds)
Twistedquads.com
$3.99

FPV Camera

RunCam Swift Rotor Riot Special Edition IR Block - Black (145 builds)
Getfpv.com
$35.99

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV
Twistedquads.com
$49.99

Antenna

TBS TRIUMPH RPSMA(RHCP 2PCS) (61 builds)
Team-blacksheep.com
$39.95

Receiver

FrSky - XM Plus (628 builds)
Twistedquads.com
$16.99
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Carbon_Rob   Jul 18, 2017  

Whiffles   Jul 03, 2017  

Any particular reason you went with 2300kv instead of 2550kv? I'm trying to decide which to choose.

Carbon_Rob   Jul 11, 2017 

The 2300kv are efficient.

Whiffles   Jul 11, 2017 
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Thank you! I decided to go for the 2550kvs because I read the actual kv is a bit lower.

metropolis   Jun 08, 2017  

Nice! Why not go with the Moka Simplex?

Carbon_Rob   Jun 08, 2017 

I would have if I had known about it at the time.

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