By TexasForever on Aug 29, 2017

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This frame is built like a tank and is surprisingly easy to build. I cut off the pin connector on the Hobbywing esc which allowed me to slam the revolt with no components touching, leaving plenty of room for my strap to go through on top of the revolt. I could've opted to do a 10mm build but 4in1 escs just look so clean.

This build is flying really good so far running RaceflightOne 316 firmware, stock tune. No oscillations at all, just a few bobbles on hard flips/rolls I need to iron out once I decide exactly which battery I will be using.

I am loving the Efaw motors, they are incredibly smooth and provide plenty of power, even on a 4s 1300mah battery. Next up will be trying out some 5s and 6s batteries and ironing out the CG.


Part List



Flight Controller

Lumenier SKITZO V3 Flight Controller Powered by RaceFlight - Turbo Mach Drones


XRotor Micro 40A 4in1 BLHeli-S DShot600 (10 builds)


4 x EFAW 2407 2200kv Racing Motor (2 builds)


HQ 6.45 tri prop B, pc

FPV Camera

Runcam Swift 2 Orange (9 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV(SMA) - Turbo Mach Drones


AXII 5.8GHz Antenna - U.fl connector RHCP (5 builds)


FrSky XSR (480 builds)

Misc Parts

HyperLow Session Mount (6 builds)

Misc Parts

Hyperlow Soft Mount Arm Guards (Set of 4)
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PinchTune   Oct 17, 2017  

Hi. Awesome build. I'm busy building a 6 inch Hyperlow for long range at the moment. What's the dry weight on this?

TexasForever   Nov 27, 2017 

It’s somewhere around 500 grams with a gopro I believe. Not the lightest with the big arms and efaws but you dont even notice it on 5s

K24cl9   Nov 23, 2017  

Really clean build. What 3d Printed part are you using for the FPV cam?

TexasForever   Nov 27, 2017 

Thank you! It’s the stock one, it comes with any of the modular freestyle frames from hyperlow.

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