Tokio SX Bleed Blue edition (redux)

By JFPV on Jul 16, 2017

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Updated with a new paint job:)

I've been looking forward to building out a Tokio SX since I heard FlightClub FPV was going to make one- I always thought the original Tokio was damn sexy and I've been wanting to try a stretched X so it was perfect. I also decided to go with some new 32 bit 4 in 1 ESCs :D...

It's faster than I can handle and the betaflight 3.2 tune seems really really tight out of the box. I was really nervous to run these racerstar BLHeli_32 "Tattoo" 4 in 1 ESCs but with about 10 packs through them they're performing well- no complaints.

This quad is supposed to be Boise State themed but I'm still waiting on a blue canopy from FlightClub- they have some new injection molded canopies coming out that look awesome.

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Zeedoc81   Jul 22, 2017  
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Nice looking build! I Like'it! Congrats.

Sky   Jul 20, 2017  
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I like it! What's the weight without gopro or battery?

JFPV   Jul 21, 2017 

Thanks! Updated w/ pics but it looks like without gopro and battery I'm at 359.1g- that is with the gopro canopy though, I didn't weigh it while I had the standard canopy on it (I'm an idiot).

QuadX   Jul 16, 2017  
1

Can u get current limiting on those escs?

JFPV   Jul 21, 2017 

I believe so, but I haven't tried to configure it yet

kanahmal   Jul 17, 2017  
1

I really love this build. Lots of good stuff here!

Whiffles   Jul 16, 2017  
1

That's a clean build! Nice work.

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