Red Kakute F7

By pkinney on Nov 08, 2018

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This is my second build using the Armattan Chameleon Ti frame. It has been impressively durable and a great form-factor, but the lower top plate means that the stack is somewhat limited in height. The Holybro Kakute F7 AIO FC removes the need for a PDB layer and allows for soft-mounting of the whole FC and a clean mount for the 30x30 AKK FX2 VTX above.

Noise is minimal to the gyro and makes for incredibly smooth flying without a lot of tweaking. I also wanted to try running the gyro in 32kHz mode and use the full capabilities of DSHOT1200 with BLHeli_32, and the F7 processor and the Aikon AK32 ESCs have worked flawlessly so far.


  • Base: 445g
  • With GoPro: 564g
  • With Battery and GoPro: 762g



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RZFPV   Nov 08, 2018  


pkinney   Nov 10, 2018 

Base: 445g
With GoPro: 564g
With Battery and GoPro: 762g

EzRacerツ   Nov 08, 2018  

Sure that thing flies like silk

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