Furibee x140 rip test

Furibee x140 rip test

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Category : Furibee X140

3rd try on the x140 the first 2 flight had a failsafe issue with the stock xm reciver (frsky) so I slapped in a frsky xsr full range reciver and the butter started to flow. Great little quad after the swap. Running 650mah 4s tattu lipo and hq props stock pid and tune.


Brand name: Furibee
Model: X140
Dimensions: 140mm | 124 grams
Material: 3k Carbon Fiber 4mm thick
Weight: 124 g
FC: F3 | Betaflight OMNIBUS 3.1.7
ESC: 20A X4 | BLHeli-S | up to 5S
Motor: Brushless | 1306 | 3100kV
Camera: 600tvl |CCD | 130 FOV
Vtx: 40CH | 25/150mW switchable
RX: Frsky | FlySky | SBUS
Prop: 3030 | 4 Blade
Availability: GearBest
Cost: $115

The advantages of FURIBEE X140 The drawbacks of FURIBEE X140
Low priced considering the specifications Top carbon plate could be lower/more streamlined
Solidly built, exchangeable carbon arms Doesn’t include battery, 4s 850mAh works well
Includes FrSky XM receiver, great range Shame that the underside bolts are not flush/recessed
Quality CCD camera, despite being a clone
Contains buzzer, OSD and Led lights
Efficient motors/ESCs with wonderful flight time period

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