Kissed Braap

By animatedlim_fpv on Dec 09, 2017

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New addition to my quad squad. Kissed out with the newest of Flyduino hardware. While the skinny arms aren't designed for large escs, I just wrapped it in silicon and electrical tape. May not be the prettiest out there but it sure will be noticeable. Just fly like you stole it. Running dshot 2400 at the moment. Only downside to this frame, the standoff blocks the USB to the fc. AUW 368g


Part List


Braap (6 builds)

Flight Controller

KISS FC V2 - 32bit Flight Controller (56 builds)


KISS ESC 2-6S 32A (45A limit) - 32bit brushless Motor Ctrl (17 builds)


4 x EMAX LS2207 Lite Spec Brushless Motor 2400kv (CW Thread)


HQ 4x4.3x3 V1S (2CW+2CCW) PC **Choose Color** (48 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Micro Swift 2 (289 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro HV 5.8 GHz Video Transmitter (587 builds)


TrueRC AXII U.FL 5.8 GHz RHCP Antenna (4 builds)


TBS Crossfire Micro Receiver V2 (278 builds)

Power Distribution

Matek Mini Power HUB with BEC 5V & 12V

Misc Parts

XLabs Steez Immortal-T SMA Mount

Misc Parts

xLabs Braap & Steez GoPro Session PODs (2 builds)
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hjones18   Mar 19, 2018  

Hi, nice looking build! I'm considering similar electronics, with KISSV2 / RunCam Split2, and wondering how you connected the FC/Split. Did you extend the KISS Rx1/Tx wires from SER1 port to the RunCam board? Or directly from PDB? Thanks for any suggestions!

Jordan   Dec 09, 2017  

Nice build! I was wondering how the Kiss fc V2 was. I'm about to build my first kiss build and i'm just wondering if the v2 is worth it and how it compares to the v1. Thanks!

animatedlim_fpv   Dec 09, 2017 

Hey, I would get the v1 for now with the 24a escs. I would hold off on the v2 and 32a escs. Today I had a desync and crashed. I've been reading in the RCGroup thread that people are having desync issues. Not sure if it's the esc or fc fw. Sadly, I'm grounding this quad until it's fixed.

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