Brickracing SB3 Ultra Nr.8

By ogee on Dec 23, 2017

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This is my Brickracing SB3 Ultra frame build with Emax RS1106 6000kV motors. Build specially for HZDRL series under 150g. Frame number - 8
Side plates are pretty tight on ESC, make very compact build, camera is well protected and weight without battery are around 90g. Can take up to 3inch props, but they didn't have them in stock

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Part List

Frame

Brickracing SB3 Ultra frame (11xx motors)
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$62.00

Flight Controller

Sunrise Model Cicada Mini F3 Flight controller with OSD (2 builds)
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$25.00

ESCs

Cicada BLHeli-S 10A BB2 4 in 1 (2-3S) 20x20 ESC (2 builds)
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$36.00

Motors

4 x Emax RS1106 II 6000kV Motor
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$51.80

Propellers

Gemfan Flash 2540 3-blade red PC 4CW+4CCW (149 builds)
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$3.25

FPV Camera

RunCam Micro Swift 2 600TVL 2.3mm PAL FPV Camera
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$34.00

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro NANO 5G8
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$20.90

Antenna

TrueRC AXII 5.8GHz Antenna - U.fl connector RHCP
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$12.90

Receiver

FrSky XM+ 16CH uztvērējs (1430 builds)
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$16.95

Batteries

MyLipo 480mAh 3s 11,1V 40C/80C Lipo Pack (XT30)
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$14.93

Goggles

Fatshark Dominator HD3 Core FPV Goggles (2 builds)
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$425.00

Video Receiver

Furious True-D V3.5 Diversity Receiver System Firmware 3.7
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$80.00

Radio Module

TBS Crossfire TX Lite (2 builds)
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$156.40
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