Princess Bubblegum

By eenoo on Jul 10, 2016

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The wiring is spaghetti since I put it together in a rush to fly same day.


Part List


Princess Bubblegum (with HS1177 brackets and SMA top plate)

Flight Controller

Flip 32 - F3 V2 (128Mb Flash) (16 builds)


4 x FVT LittleBee 20A ESC


4 x EMAX Cooling Series Multicopter Mot... (4 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Swift - 600TVL Camera 26mmx26mm (2.8mm lens)

FPV Transmitter

FX796T 600mW Video transmitter


ImmersionRC 5.8 GHz SpiroNET Antenna Set RHCP (SMA Connector) (18 builds)


FrSKY Naked X4R-SB Receiver (19 builds)

Power Distribution

RROSD Pro V1 (25 builds)


FrSky Taranis Plus - Transmitter (4 builds)
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MOMO RACER   Oct 26, 2016  

hello, nice build! did you use 30mm spacers instead of 35mm? if yes, what is the max tilt level you can use like that?

skjb93   Oct 09, 2016  

Where'd you fit your X4R

Whiffles   Jul 29, 2016  

Love these photos. I added one to the random build rotation on top of the site.

Whiffles   Jul 10, 2016  

Looks like a nice frame. What size is it? Your part list is missing the camera and props.

eenoo   Jul 10, 2016 

220mm Princess bubblegum 5". I'll add camera, I change props so often that i dont like adding them in the build

Whiffles   Jul 10, 2016 

Aha, it's the Swift. How do you like it? Have you tried any other cameras to compare it to?

eenoo   Jul 11, 2016 

yea i've tried the HS1177 and PZ420 and i like it more than the PZ. Its basically just an HS1177 in terms of quality.

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