First Build

By ceilingfanjesus on Jul 16, 2017

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I don't know what i'm doing please help me


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JC250   Aug 16, 2017  

Get the X5R frame, Racerstar BR2306 2700kv if you are feeling crazy or 2400kv, however if you want performance, get 2700kv), matek pdb, omnibus f3, vr006 goggles,. Thats the maximum you are gonna get for budget. If you have a bigger budget, than let me know and I can help you get parts that are going to be better for a little more. Also, knowing if you live in the sates or not will help in knowing what products you can and cannot buy. Also go to 4s. You can adjust the quad to make it more docile with software and then let the beast out when you are ready. You will save money, time , and have much more fun flying. Also, 3s components and 4s components are usually the same price. For batteries, go with infinity batts on bang good.

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