Dirty Falcon [185]

By dirtdiver on May 23, 2016

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Fully KISS'd Falcon 185mm, 5" props. Making babies cry and women scream in fear.

I already have a couple FPV quadcopters that I love for carrying my GoPro's (see http://rotorbuilds.com/build/538), but I wanted something lighter, something as agile and as COG friendly as possible. Thus, the Dirty Falcon was born!

Birthed to run 5" tri+ blade props at mind bending pitches, this quad is 308g dry weight (no battery, no hd cam). Featuring a KISS Flight Controller and KISS ESCs, it sound is so smooth it'll sooth you into deep slumber, if you're not having a heart attack from its insane speed and agility!


Part List


Falcon 185 5" Racing Frame (4 builds)

Flight Controller

KISS FC - 32bit Flight Controller V1.03 (8 builds)


4 x KISS ESC 24A Race Edition (6 builds)


4 x Tiger Motor F40 2300Kv FPV Series Motor


DALPROP 5045 Tri Blade V2 Propeller

FPV Camera

Surveilzone Foxeer HS1177 NTSC 2.8mm lens

FPV Transmitter

FX799T Mini 200mW 40CH 5.8GHz Raceband Transmitter


FrSky X4R-SB 3/16 Channel Receiver SBUS (w/telemetry) (177 builds)

HD Camera

GoPro Session (58 builds)
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Whiffles   May 24, 2016  

Speaking of deep slumber, I really should be asleep at this hour. Anyway, some very decent soldering work there!

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Whiffles   May 25, 2016 

I thought everybody was touting KISS as the next big thing. Do you think it's worth the price?

dirtdiver   May 25, 2016 

If you're lucky and don't have any of the growing pains they're having right now, yes, I think it flies extremely well. But, if you end up with the the airmode-grind-noise, or mid-throttle oscillation, it can be frustrating. They're working on it.

Whiffles   May 25, 2016 

Guess it's still early in the game for them. Gotta work out the kinks!

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