Kissed Out Airblade Assault

By ADX on Jun 07, 2017

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Awesome little 3 inch micro. My Favorite Quad to fly.

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Part List

Frame

AirBlade Assault 3K Carbon Fiber Frame V1.0
Airbladeuav.com
$22.99

Flight Controller

KISS CompactCTRL CC All-in-One (FC + 16A ESC x4) (33 builds)
Getfpv.com
$75.99

Motors

4 x DYS BX1306 4000kv Brushless Motor (9 builds)
Fpvheadquarters.com
$35.96

Propellers

HQProp 3x3x4 4 Blade Props
Multirotormania.com
$2.00

FPV Camera

FatShark 700TVL V2 CMOS Cam Fixed Mount #1204 (7 builds)
Readymaderc.com
$24.99

FPV Transmitter

Hawkeye 200mw Race Band 32ch Video Transmitter (62 builds)
Multirotormania.com
$35.00

Antenna

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 Linear Antenna (59 builds)
Team-blacksheep.com
$6.95

Receiver

FrSky XSR 2.4GHz 16CH ACCST Receiver w/ S-Bus & CPPM (376 builds)
Getfpv.com
$14.99

Batteries

Tattu 3S 850mAh 75c Lipo Battery (4 builds)
Fpvheadquarters.com
$14.00

Misc Parts

RMRC M3 Alu Hex Standoff Purple - 20mm (4pcs)
Readymaderc.com
$2.59

Misc Parts

RMRC M3 Alu Hex Standoff Purple - 5mm (4pcs)
Readymaderc.com
$2.19
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