40$ brushless build | 88MM | 2s

By Damnub on Feb 19, 2018

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The build I put together is a 90mm Brushless build for around 50 dollar, depending if you bought parts in sale or not. If anyone found parts that are even more cheap than this build id love to hear it, and ill update this page!

This Build is without FPV. If you also would want FPV you could order:
PRICE: 10 Dollars


PRICE: 12$ + 6$ = 18 Dollars

9 Dollars

If you want to go 3s and split escs buy these:
PRICE: 5$ x 4$ = 20 dollars

But you might have the problem that you cant power up the FPV gear.

This stack will provide a better FC and ESC for a really cheap price, making the total cost around 40 Dollars (without FPV).

PRICE: 21 Dollars

I ended up using the FS-A8S as a receiver but I think this one would also work:



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Niekocaster   Feb 25, 2018  

could you record some dvr?

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Damnub   Feb 25, 2018 

im using a 550mah 70c battery in the quad.
this one: https://www.banggood.com/XF-Power-7_4V-550mah-70C-2S-Lipo-Battery-JST-Plug-p-1158449.html?rmmds=myorder&cur_warehouse=CN

(ill try to find some recordings for you soon (: )

Damnub   Feb 26, 2018 

here is some DVR footage from helsinki. it was really windy but flyable.

Niekocaster   Feb 27, 2018 

looks good!, thanks for the reply

FissionBomb   Feb 19, 2018  

Don't forget Coupon Code TOYSHO

FissionBomb   Feb 19, 2018  

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