FC+ESC: Crazybee F4 pro
Update: Please don't get the board with the integrated receiver. It's horribly unreliable and has the worst range I have ever seen. Get the r-xsr if you run FrSky or any other small RX that fits your radio. Btw you can hook up an external receiver even to the Carzybee with the integrated RX. To protect the 5V regulator and have a cleaner power supply I soldered a 1000uf 10V Elko to the XT-30 connector and I had no issues at all after at least 60-70 packs. The GEPRC 12A looks really promising too! It's supposed to be 4S capable and 12A enough by a huge margin! I have ordered one that I will hopefully be testing soon.
FPV Camera: Caddx Turbo EOS 2 20% off coupon for the caddx: 8765c2
Motors: Amax 1103 7500kV
Budget Motor Option: Skystars 1103 8000kv They seem to be the same as the Hyperlite branded ones
Video Transmitter: TBS unify nano or a cheap TBS Nano knock-off
Batteries: 450mah Battery
Misc: XT30 connectors
Props: King Kong 65mm
Pod: Gatehunter Canopy
Transmitter: I use the [FrSky QX7(https://www.banggood.com/custlink/mvvDheJmM6) with upgraded hall gimbals
- FPV Googles ($50): Eachine EV800
the ev800 is enough to start flying. The screen quality is actually pretty good. And when you get Fatshark later you can keep the ev800 as a spectator google or detach the screen
Other small stuff you need: 1.45mm drill for the props. 12mm M2 screws & a tiny LiPo strap (unfortunately Amax doesn't seem to make them anymore). Else you can just use a rubber band to strap the LiPo to the frame.
Detailed build guide by Kabab FPV
My Printer is a Creality Ender 3
About the Design
After being absolutely stoked about my carbon fiber toothpick I thought this could be something that works really well as a 3D printable frame. I finally went for a box style frame design and by the way I did not intentionally make it look like a tiny TBS Oblivion ;-) That's basically just how it came out after adding the Pod that I designed earlier. I decided to simply embrace it and go ahead calling it the "Microblivion"
The frame comes in at around 10 to 10.5g depending on the version. Compared to my carbon frame from FPV360 that is around 7.5g this is absolutely fine. I flew a couple of packs today and could literally not notice any difference in flight characteristics.
My build with a 16x16 stack is still work in progress. I haven't found a great camera mount yet so will probably come up with a new one.
- 16x16mm hole pattern Stacks
- Whoopy style boards with 25.4mm hole pattern (eg for carzybee F4 board)
Motors: Both version will fit 9mm three hole pattern (Amax 1103) and 9mm four hole motor patterns (Racerstar 1103 and others)