Lightning RKH-66 2S

By TheLeprechaunPirate on Jan 06, 2018

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This is my 2nd Rakon Heli Brushless tiny whoop build; but sporting 12000kv for some 2s power! The build wasn’t too tricky but soldering small is definitely a feat on its own. This version also sports a functional OSD.

Both my whoops fly amazingly well, and with the added power of 2s for Lightning; I get better outdoor performance.

In the future, I will be replacing the canopy.



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MicroManiac   Jan 08, 2018  

Looking good! Did you drill out those TBS x TW props? The packaging says there's a 1mm hub version but haven't seen on the market yet. I've built a whole bunch with that same frame and 0703/05 from different manufacturers and sadly, not too happy. Very inefficient. Good thing is that the smaller motors are coming that are testing well with 31mm props. Can't wait! Brushless Whoops are going to take off in 18 IMO.

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MicroManiac   Jan 11, 2018 

Awesome! That was one found and saved in my cart for later. Looks like I'll be going with the same. Since it's a hand drill, does it spin when you put downward pressure? Thank you!

TheLeprechaunPirate   Jan 12, 2018 

It spins when you turn it, it’s manual operated :)

MicroManiac   Jan 12, 2018 

Awesome, thank you Sir!

LoveBeingUseless   Jan 06, 2018  

Awesome build! I’ve been dying to build one of these.

TheLeprechaunPirate   Jan 06, 2018 

Thanks, and I agree! Brushed tiny whoops are still great and all, but there’s much more precision with brushless ones. I

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