HSKRC IX2 90 Micro FPV Racer Flight Test Review
This FPV racer is best as an acro trainer for new FPV fliers. Find it here
– Available BNF for Flysky and Radiolink transmitters.
– 600 TVL Foxeer Arrow CCD camera.
– 40 channel 25 to 200mW video transmitter with on screen display.
– Omnibus F4SD flight control board loaded with 3.4.0 flight control software dated 7/18/2018.
– BLHELI_S 20A 4in1 ESC
– HSKRC 1104 4000KV motors.
– Five full sets of Kingkong 2045 props.
– Beeper and LED lightbar.
– Comes equipped with 2S 550mah 80C battery that provides over 5 minutes flight time.
– Provided 2S battery doesn't provide much oomph. Not really good for freestyling, but still good as a FPV acro trainer.
– Stock PIDs are a little wobbly in high speed turns and could use some tuning.
– Propeller clearance is minimal and may impact some of the quadcopters other components Before flying, closely inspect each installed propeller and correct any that may be impacting structure.
– No Smartaudio capability. Can't adjust video transmitter or tune PIDs using OSD.
– Flysky version uses FS-RX2A receiver. I couldn't find a way to implement failsafe with my T8SG Deviation transmitter.
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