By Le Thanh Tung on Oct 28, 2017

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This is my new quad, I named it DEADPOOL as the motors I bought, and for that I painted it with Red, and of course I had to select electronic parts which is match with the color scheme.

And this is the video of how I build it:


Part List


XBEE_SR (2 builds)

Flight Controller

HobbyWing - Xrotor F4 Flight Controller + 4in1 40a ESC Combo - (2 builds)

Motors (20 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro 5G8 HV (SMA) (586 builds)


TBS Crossfire Micro RX V2 (278 builds)

HD Camera

GoPro Hero5 Session (267 builds)
Show stores (5)


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flyngobanana   Oct 30, 2017  

this is one of the best build videos I've seen so far, thank you.

Le Thanh Tung   Nov 03, 2017 

Thank you.😍

Third Eye FPV   Oct 29, 2017  

Amazing - loved that video

volitant   Oct 28, 2017  

Amazing build! such attention to detail, and the video is done so well too!

I would have gone all out with titanium hardware/bolts and proper rubber soft mounts for fc too though! :D

UnderDawg   Oct 28, 2017  

Nice! Clean build and nice video as well...

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