AOS LR5 - Freestyle/long range V2

By Vincent12FPV on Dec 07, 2022

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After a first build a bit heavy for that frame, here is my second version of the build. I only changed the motors and the Stack to a AIO but it is now perfect !

Now there is still enough punch for freestyle and there is a much better autonomy ! I can easily fly freestyle for 4min with a 4s 1300mAh and do a 15minutes cruising with a 4000mAh Li-Ion batterie.

I also updated the bottom plate that I've made by hand to a CNC machined one ! It looks so much better !


Part List


AOS LR5 v1 (2 builds)

Flight Controller

Toothpick F722 2-6S AIO Brushless FC 35A (BLHeli_S) ICM42688 - BetaFPV
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BETAFPV Moteur Brushless 2204-2400KV (4pces)
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GEMFAN SL5130-3 Props Shaft 1.5mm (4pcs)
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FPV Camera

Caméra Caddx Nebula PRO 720P/120fps HD digital (3 builds)
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FPV Transmitter

Caddx Vista Unit (8 builds)
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Flywoo ATOMIC 5.8GHz LHCP FPV Antenna For Dji Digital FPV (3 builds)


TBS Crossfire Nano Rx - FPV LONG RANGE DRONE RECEIVER (1491 builds)


Batterie Li-Ion 21700 40T 4S 4000mAh 1C (XT60) - Auline


Tattu FunFly 14.8V 4S 1300mAh 100C LiPo Battery - XT60 (8 builds)

3D Printed

AOS LR5 - TBS M8.2 GLONASS support by Vincent12FR (3 builds)
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Vifly Finder 2 - Buzzer Autonome (10 builds)
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Misc Parts

TBS M8.2 GPS GLONASS Module (52 builds)

Misc Parts

AOS LR5 - X plate modified V03 by Vincent12FR (2 builds)
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wrong17   Mar 16, 2023  

Nice Build!! By any chance do you have a CAD file for the bottom plate. I just broke mine and you have a great idea about in creating that part. I was thinking about making one too. Thanks!

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Vincent12FPV   Mar 17, 2023 

I would strongly encourage you to not try it with plastic... this part doesn't take some mechanical stress 😬 it will probably fly very poorly with a plastic version.

wrong17   Mar 17, 2023 

I totally agree with you but believe it or not the 3D printed part I used is a lot stiffer than the 1.5mm carbon fiber plate with countersunk screws. This is only temporary until I get one cut with 2.5mm carbon fiber. I did a test flight today and it performed perfectly. It did so well that I replaced all the bottom plates with a 3D printed version that is 3mm thick because I was also able tighten the screws more than I could with the carbon fiber plates. Lesson learned, DO NOT use countersink 1.5mm carbon fiber. You are better of using button head screws instead. I did all this last night, so I did not have the pleasure of using the bottom plate that you designed. Once again, thank you very much for sharing!

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Vincent12FPV   Mar 18, 2023 

your build look super clean ! I use my design to get the battery under the drone that why i stick to countersink screw 😉

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