Sirio X2

By Napalm on Sep 07, 2017

10  705  9

This is my first micro build, but I really like it so much.
It was coming in a DIY set from helipal, and in this set there was almost everything there what I needed for the build. I am really happy with the supplied parts, the quality is great, there are only 3 parts what I found not OK in the DIY kit:

  • for the battery cable is better to use AWG16 cable with XT30 connector
  • better to change the VTX for a stronger one, I think I will go with TBS Unify
  • The original battery straps are useless, they are too short for any kind battery

BTW: I broke my camera lens fixing ring, and can’t buy it anywhere for the RunCam Micro

Update: After a small crash ( its crazy because not even the prop was bent and the motor has not had contact with anything) one of the magnets moved out on the motor :( No chance to repair, have tu buy new motors.

Update: I added the FrSky r-xsr and the TBS Unify 5V, so I have now telemetry and also smart audio :)

Photos

Discussion

Sign in to comment

Carbon_Rob   Sep 08, 2017  

Nice build. It's so cute!

Napalm   Sep 14, 2017 

Thank you! Unfortunately the motors are not very durable :(

Carbon_Rob   Sep 14, 2017 

Oh well...

ThatDamnGuy   Sep 14, 2017  

Nice build, super clean and sleek.

BlackbirdFPV   Sep 10, 2017  

You can buy those camera rings. I have purchased them before in a pack and they are better than the stock ones. LMK if you need a link.

Napalm   Sep 10, 2017 

Please send me the link. I can not find them because they are not M12 like usual camera rings, they are M8.

BlackbirdFPV   Sep 11, 2017 
Lionel   Sep 08, 2017  

Great!.... Are you sure 4s 650 on this little thing??? Not to heavy????

Napalm   Sep 08, 2017 

Sorry it was my fault, i run it on 3S, but you are right, the AceHe LiPo's are to heavy, so I am waiting now on some lighter LiPo's.

My first choice was Gensace, but they are useless.

Guides & Reviews

10 2,398  5
21 days ago

Before giving this a thorough review I thought I'd do a teardown to see what makes the Taranis X-Lite tick. Without getting into too much detail the X-Lite is a new FPV transmitter designed to be compact and ergonomic. It's shaped like a video game controller but has all of the functionality of a traditional transmitter like the Taranis Q X7 or the Taranis X9D. It features OpenTX and supports most..

Read more
28 3,198  11
25 days ago

The Bannilite was a collaborative effort between Luke Bannister, AKA BanniUK and Falcon Multirotors. The Bannilite features ample camera protection, easy arm replacements and weighs in at only 72g. It even includes a spare arm and camera mount. It's an excellent choice for FPV racing and doesn't break the bank. The goal of this build was to feature a number of modern FPV luxuries including easy..

Read more