Doberman Pup X

By DetMultirotor on Oct 15, 2017

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Summer is leaving and winter season is coming quick. Sometimes 2S just isn’t enough. Here’s a 2.5”-3” Doberman mini using all the new stuff from RunCam and EMax.

Using the Emax F3 Magnum Mini and the RunCam Swift Micro with Piggyback VTX made this build really fast.
I chose a 3-4s machine with 1106 4500kv motors because I wanted to fly this outside as well as in gyms or indoor arenas.

Using a 450mah 4S, you can either top or bottom mount. You decide.

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Part List

Frame

Doberman Pup 3" X – Detroit Multirotor Company (2 builds)
Detroit-multirotor-company.myshopify.com
$35.00

Flight Controller

EMAX F3 Magnum Mini Stack – Detroit Multirotor Company
Detroit-multirotor-company.myshopify.com
See Site

Motors

4 x EMAX RS1106 Micro Brushless Motor – Detroit Multirotor Company
Detroit-multirotor-company.myshopify.com
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FPV Camera

RunCam Micro – Detroit Multirotor Company
Detroit-multirotor-company.myshopify.com
See Site

FPV Transmitter

RunCam TX25
Shop.runcam.com
See Site

Receiver

FrSky XM SBUS Micro Receiver
Buddyrc.com
$299.95

Batteries

Tattu 14.8V 75C 4S1P 450mAh Lipo Battery Pack with XT30 plug
Genstattu.com
$14.44

Batteries

Tattu 14.8V 75C 4S1P 450mAh Lipo Battery Pack with XT30 plug
Genstattu.com
$14.44
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moteasa   Oct 17, 2017  

pictures of weight on scale is cropped. What were the weights?

DetMultirotor   Oct 25, 2017 

Build is 97.4 total. The frame weight is 32 total, 21.3 for the carbon and 10.7 for the hardware.

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