Stock Blade Inductrix converted for FPV flying using a lightweight 25mW AIO FPV camera with dipole antenna, upgraded 14,000Kv motors, 2-bladed props, and 220mAh 1S 50C LiPo batteries. Connectors needed for better flight times.
If you’re into flying the Blade Inductrix LOS and like doing flips and rolls, then this build is for you! This build yields high performance with flight times of over 5 minutes!
Converted stock Blade Inductrix for FPV flying with an all-in-one (AIO) FPV camera, upgraded motors and battery connector, and 2-bladed props for slightly better flight times.
For this article I tested 2, 3 and 4-bladed props on an Inductrix converted for FPV. The stock Blade 4-blade props are actually really good. The 3-blade props I tested here are Rakon and the 2-blade props are stock props with 2 blades cutoff each prop.
Inductrix upgrades and accessories: Battery Upgrades, Motor Upgrades, Prop Options, Frame Stiffeners, FPV Camera Options, Battery Charging Options, and much more!
The “dTrix Acro Basher” is a Blade Inductrix micro quad with a custom one-off canopy, upgraded 17,000Kv motors and a frame/motor stiffener for line of sight Acro flying.
Testing of various batteries for LOS flying with a Blade Inductrix with upgraded 17,000Kv motors.
Test of the Lumenier 17,000Kv purple can motors on the Blade Inductrix for LOS flying.
Comparing stock Inductrix props to Eachine E010, the stock props are stronger, produce slightly better bottom-end thrust, and have a tighter manufacturing tolerance which makes them more consistent in performance.
This video shows how to replace the frame and motors on the Blade Inductrix ultra-micro quadcopter. The video shows motor and propellor rotation as well.