T3h HyperLIT Floss 4"

By T3hDon on Jun 12, 2017

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T3h HyperLIT Floss. This is my first 4" build and it's a blast. I've been eyeing the frame and build for a while and was inspired to build one after being beaten by one at a MultiGP Race. I named it "T3h HyperLIT" simply because the Taranis is one character short to accept "T3h Hyperlite" as a model name, and I thought it sounded good.

The build is full featured with a current senor, OSD, Smartport Telemetry, and Unify Smartaudio. The omnibus F4 Pro doesn't have solder points for the secondary UARTs and they instead break-out to a micro connector on the FC. Due to this I soldered my smartport and smartaudio to the back of that connector port. All of the electronics have also been silicone conformal coated for waterproofing.

It flies great on 4s with the KK 4045 Bi-Blades, I was able to qualify in the #1 spot for a finals(crashed out in finals) at a recent MultiGP Cincinnati Quad Racers event with this setup(DVR below). Currently the build weighs in at 190g without a battery and 295g with a 850mah 75c Tattu. It seems a bit heavy for this style build, I could certainly shave some weight with wire lengths and maybe a micro swift camera.

CQR - 25 to Life Top Qualifer


Part List


Hyperlite Floss 4 inch Racing Frame (8 builds)

Flight Controller

FLIP 32 - F4 - OMNIBUS V3 PRO (41 builds)


Spedix IS30 4-in-1, 2-4S LiPo DShot_600 BLHeli_S 30A ESC (44 builds)


4 x Hyperlite 1407-3600 Race Series (14 builds)


Kingkong 4045 PROPS CW/CCW (10 PAIRS) (8 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Swift Mini FPV Camera (35 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5.8 GHz HV RACE Video Transmitter (272 builds)


TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 Linear Antenna (57 builds)


FrSky X4R-SB - 3/16 Channel Receiver with Sbus and CPPM WITHOUT PINS (161 builds)


Tattu 4S 850mAh 75c Lipo Battery (13 builds)
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lazd   Jun 21, 2017  

What's the dry weight on this little guy without battery?

snootux   Jun 12, 2017  

Great build! Did you try other props like DAL or only the kk4045? Waiting to see the dvr :)

T3hDon   Jun 14, 2017 

I've only tried the KK prop yet. The DVR is up.

Pyroman4   Jun 18, 2017 

Hey man, I met you at the races on round bottom 2 weeks ago...think you could help me build one of these?

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