Proper Floss

By Carbon_Rob on Jul 18, 2017

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This thing only weighs 214g with everything but the battery.I could have shaved a few more grams with a mini or micro camera, but I hate the way they look. The Asgard was replaced from free of charge from even though I purchased it from rtf quads. I didn't even send in the bad one. Shoutout for that! Also, I didn't realize it the first time, but there are solder pads on the Asgard, and you don't have to use the jst connectors if you don't want to. Its 362 all up (with battery). It's pictured with RaceKraft 5040's, but I plan to test HQ 5040x3 v1s and all the newest bi-blade props to see which is best for the high kv motors. Thanks for looking!

Update: Since I'm going to be racing this thing, I broke down and added 3 grams of motor wire protection on the arms. = )


Part List


Hyperlite FLOSS 5 inch Racing Frame (33 builds)

Flight Controller

Airbot Multicopter


4 x Hyperlite 2204 Floss Series 3022KV


Team RaceKraft 5040x3 Race Prop 2CW 2CCW Unicorn Sperm :-)

FPV Camera

Foxeer XAT600M 600TVL CCD FPV Camera (2.5 HQ Lens/IR Block) w/Top Connector

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV - RACE (SMA) (542 builds)




XM PLUS (Mini SBUS Non-telemetry Full Range) (1368 builds)


Tattu 1300mAh 14.8V 75C 4S Racing Series W/XT60 (2 builds)
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Bushwacka FPV   Jul 18, 2017  

I am convinced my scale reads high after seeing this build. You build is exacttly like mine, but with a heavier camera!!!! and yet I am about 10 grams over...."

Have you flown this thing yet?

Carbon_Rob   Jul 18, 2017 

Just a hover test indoors. Looks like you have longer motor wires and a longer xt60 lead which may account for some of it.

Carbon_Rob   Jul 18, 2017  

Not the floss, but a decent edit.

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