AirbladeUAV Intrepid (Prototype)

By TenFPV on Jun 17, 2017

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First 5" build in a long time with new components, all my other 5" builds are still using original Emax Redbottoms so it's nice to see what else is out there. This one gave me a lot of problems with voltage spikes frying the electronics but eventually found a combo (below) that works. Flies great with stock PID's.


Part List


AirBlade Intrepid V1 3K Carbon Fiber Frame Kit (14 builds)

Flight Controller

DYS F4 PRO Flight Controller


4 x EMAX Bullet 30A ESC


4 x DYS Thor 2500KV Brushless motor


DALprop T5046C - Black (10 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Swift Mini FPV Camera (44 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5.8 GHz HV RACE Video Transmitter (548 builds)


VAS 5.8 GHz ION RHCP Antenna (13 builds)


FrSky XM PLUS Micro Receiver (1429 builds)


G+PLUS 1300mAh 14.8V 4S 70C Li-Po Battery - CNHL RC LI-Po Battery. Your one-stop battery store.
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Carbon_Rob   Jun 18, 2017  

I love the Thor motors on my build. What frame is that?

TenFPV   Jun 19, 2017 

Thanks, really digging them too. It's an AirbladeUAV Intrepid 5". It's still in prototype. Should be available pretty soon though.

Carbon_Rob   Jun 19, 2017 

Thanks! I'll keep an eye out for it.

airbladeuav   Aug 04, 2017 

it's available for purchase now. 3" 4" and 5"

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