LDARC Kingkong Tiny 7X (Advanced Combo) Micro Whoop FPV Drone Flight Test Review

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This 75mm Whoop micro FPV racer boasts very powerful 8mm motors. Advanced Combo includes organized carrying case with multi port battery charger, battery meter, and three spare sets of batteries, canopies, and propellers. Find it here https://goo.gl/bkX5Qe

– 0820 motors. These sized motors are usually found on much larger drones.
– Tiny yet good little flier.
– 800 TVL, 16 channel 25mW 5.8Ghz FPV camera/transmitter
– SPRF3 flight control board loaded with Betaflight 3.2.2
– available PNP, or BNF for Frsky (XM), Flysky, DSM2, Futaba FASST, Futaba S-FHSS

– Although the 7X is equipped with more powerful motors than the original Tiny 7, the propellers have not been upgraded and are still the original 40mm. Thus there is a limit as to the amount of extra oomph that the larger motors can provide when also considering the added weight of the 0820 motors. Some unsteadiness can be seen in aggressive maneuvers or when conducting flips and rolls.
– Does not have on screen display. Can not view remaining battery power in flight. Time your flights to prevent damaging your batteries.

Basic combo includes
– Tiny 7X drone
– one 450mah 1S LiHV battery
– single port LiHV LiPo charger

Ready to fly combo include
– Tiny 7X drone
– Tiny X8 transmitter/receiver combo
– Carrying case (does NOT include built-in multi port charger)
– one 450mah 1S LiHV battery
– single port LiHV LiPo charger
– 1S battery meter for measuring 1S battery voltage

Advanced combo includes
– Tiny 7X drone
– three sets of 450mah LiHV batteries
– organized carrying case with built-in six port LiHV/LiPo battery charger (MCX and MCPX ports). Charger can be powered by micro USB cable or using 2-4S LiPo/LiHV battery (XT 60 connector)
– 1S battery meter for measuring 1S battery voltage
– three sets of spare propellers and canopies

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