GT2 pocket quad

By DustyAir on Apr 23, 2019

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Just a mishmash of old parts I had laying around my bench. These ZTW black widows are easy to kill and I have 12 of them so I figure I might as well make a small build for them and thrash it until all 12 are gone.


Part List


Diatone Crusader GT2 150 FPV Racing Frame Kit Supports 1408 4000KV Motor HS1177 Camera 3 Inch Prop (2 builds)

Flight Controller

DYS AIO F4 Pro V2 (Latest Version) 30x30 Flight Controller (141 builds)


Black Widow 2206 2500KV With Built-In ESC CW

FPV Camera

Rotor Riot Special Edition RunCam Swift (144 builds)

FPV Transmitter

Diatone SP3 Stackable VTX with OSD and 600mw, 200mw, 25mw Power Output - V1.3 (latest version)


Lumenier AXII 5.8GHz Antenna (RHCP) (2pcs) (199 builds)


FrSky XSR Receiver (5 builds)


Turnigy Graphene 1300mAh 3S 65C LiPo Pack w/ XT60 (5 builds)


FrSky Taranis X-Lite 2.4GHz Radio Controller Black and Red Color with Free 18650 Battery Black Caps (67 builds)


Fat Shark Dominator HD2 Terminator Edition FPV Goggles (4 builds)

HD Camera

GoProHERO Session

Video Receiver

LaForge V4 Fat Shark Module Combo

Radio Module

FrSky R9M Lite Transmitter Module for Taranis X-Lite

Battery Charger

iSDT SC-608 150W 8A MINI Smart LCD Battery Balance Charger

Soldering Iron

Weller SP40NKUS 40-Watts Soldering Iron Kit,Red/Black,5-Piece


Think Tank FPV Airport Helipak Backpack for Drones and Mini-Quads


SKYVAST 19.5V 7.7A 150W PA-5M10 Laptop Adapter Charger for Dell Alienware M14x M15x M2010; Inspiron 5150 5160 9100 9200;
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