• Stinger X210 Racer Drone Build

    Stinger X210 racer drone build

    Stinger X210 is an OPENSOURCE Racer frame that’s so cute. Main body part is 3D printed canopy! If made of ABS or PETG it’s really strong (you can probably stand on it) and you can get a nice finish (more about finish in my tutorial below). It holds FPV camera nicely in place with easy adjustable tilt angle. In the back you have vtx connector mounting hole and good intake/exhaust holes for ventilation. On the sides there are holes for cables and main battery strap. [Read More…]

  • How Fast Can FPV Quad Fly?

    Stinger x210 Racing Quad

    Flying FPV quad is a popular rc hobby, but is there anyone know what’s the fastest speed of FPV quad? Recent days, I found a FPV pilot test his Stinger x210 Racing Quad flight speed with different batteries and props. [Read More…]

  • How to choose a Lipo battery for your Armattan Japalura

    Armattan Japalura 4 Build

    Armattan Japalura 4 is a good frame to build a FPV quad, its frame Weight is about 56g and the motor to motor is 174mm, it is small and light, many people like use this frame to build a FPV quad. When we decided to build a Armattan Japalura 4 FPV quad, we should search and buy other parts for FPV QUAD, such as motors, lipo batteries escs, FC and others. (There is an Armattan Japalura 4 build article can help you choose your parts ) This article is mainly teach you how to choose Lipo batteries for your Armattan Japalura 4. [Read More…]

  • GAT 160

    GAT 160

    The GAT 160 is kinda of new school frame, with some now old school build. The GAT 160 is a 160mm, 40g true x frame. It is designed this hybrid to bridge that gap between the micros and the racing quads. It’s hella lightweight but also durable. . It’s take full size or 20×20 components in a very practical layout, making the build simple and straight forward, no kinky shit here. The GAT is constructed to the highest standards using the strongest carbon in a fly matte finish, the standoffs are lightweight aluminium and the bolts are titanium to get the weight down while retaining the strength of heavier steel bolts. [Read More…]

  • Armattan Japalura 4 Build

    Armattan Japalura 4 Build

    Armattan Japalura is the fanciest micro frame around, and the second design in Armattan’s selection that features aluminum protection. Inspired by many of the same principals as the Chameleon, the Japalura is a lighter, more compact package that still supports many of today’s FPV standards. This “4 inch” frame can handle full-sized miniquad guts, houses your standard HS1177 camera, and shields everything but the battery with two 4mm thick 6061 aluminum ribs. [Read More…]

  • Build Frog Race Frog Lite 218mm Quad

    Build Frog Race Frog Lite 218mm Quad

    Frog Race Frog Lite is a beautiful frame with Carbon Fiber 4mm Arm, it’s an easy build and weighs in at only 286g. I really liked this frame, and I decided to build a Frog Race Frog Lite 218mm quad.This build supports Dshot600 and offers OSD for voltage monitoring and a built-in blackbox for tuning.It can easily carry a Session or Runcam 3 with a bottom mounted battery, but you can top mount at the cost of an HD cam.These motors are great middle-tier motors, so you’ve got a wide variety of prop options. I’d probably avoid running 5051s, but you should be fine running up to 5048s. [Read More…]

  • UAV Building

    UAV build

    This is a UAV Build experience shares, I wrote some quadcopter build articles, but it is a mini quad, not like this UAV, this is a S500 UAV build.  Its actually a rebuild of a Kickstarter project (Fourbot) that I backed a few years ago. I ended up with a bunch of cheap components, no build instructions and very little support from the project creator. With a lot of googling and help from other backers I got it built and in the air but [Read More…]

  • Build or Buy a quad?

    Build or Buy a quad

    I think most newbie to drone will face one question, should you build or buy your first quad? The question has came up a lot.
    Build or Buy? Let’s break it down into the basics…………
    Before you attempt to span the void between “DIY or Ready-To-Fly?”, you should buy your first quad and it should be a small, ready to fly quadcopter that you can use to fly around your apartment, living room, history class, back yard, etc. just to learn the basics of control. Take it out the box, charge it up and start flying the same day you brought it home. Do this before flying anything that is larger, more expensive, took a lot of time to build, etc. but please note: don’t attempt to fly in your history class!
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  • History of FPV drone Racing

    FPV racing

    Now there are more and more racing on the world, and drone racing is quickly becoming a popular sport around the world, you can’t miss it if you are into flying multirotors or FPV. About drone racing, it is mainly talking about FPV drone racing. It doesn’t matter if you are piloting or just watching the race, anyone who takes it seriously doesn’t look at the drone from a distance, but instead they put on video goggles or use monitors to watch from the aircraft’s perspective. [Read More…]