One Lit Micro Alien

By BaTTaN on Apr 08, 2021

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This is my new favorite 4s 3 inch ripper!

However I’m not a huge fan of the frame design with the stack screws trapped between arms and bottom plate and only accessible through a complete teardown. I started this build using a RushFPV mini stack but scrapped two due to QC issues and went with the Iflight F7 with 35amp esc. This in my opinion is the best F7 for the money.

I decided to go with the new Mamba 1408 motors and have to say, I’m a big fan of these motors! So far every motor in this new Mamba line I've tried have been top notch motors and I'm running close to a half dozen sizes now and have had zero issues.

Currently running a TBS Pro32 Nano with Foxeer Predator 5 nano and crossfire rx. I plan to add a 20x20 1mw vtx when it arrives. Powered by anyhere between 3s 650mah - 4s 850mah. All up weaight with a R-Line 4s 850mah is right under 250g

Ive run both the Dalprop Folded and Gemfan floppy proppy 6", 5", and 3" with limited improvement over traditional props however the 3 inch shine on these motors.

This is a little beast of a 4s 3inch that can do it all.

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