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iFlight is about to release a new FPV racing quad called TITAN DC5. Like its name says, it is 5″ propeller compatible. While iFlight TITAN DC5 4S comes with 2450KV motors, the 6S version has 1800KV ones – the rest of the electronic parts are identical.
Thanks to the on-board DJI FPV Air system with long-range 720P@120FPS video transmission, the iFlight TITAN DC5 claims to provide the ultimate first person view (FPV) flight experience.
iFlight TITAN DC5 features & specs
- 222mm 3K carbon fiber air-frame (5mm arm thickness);
- No props in FPV view;
- Optimized weight distribution;
- Pre-tuned with smooth freestyle settings;
- BetaFlight firmware;
- SucceX-D F7 flight stack;
- Integrated 4-in-1 50A ESC;
- XING 2207 type 1800KV (6s) or 2450KV (4s) brushless motors;
- Nazgul 5″ 5140 3leaf propellers;
- On-board DJI FPV Air system (camera + video transmitter);
- Buttery-smooth 720p/120fps FPV feed;
- Optional FlySky R-XSR, FrSky XM+ or TBS Nanon SE radio receiver;
- Compatible with the DJI FPV Air transmitter bind and fly;
- 4s (1550mAh) and 6s (1250mAh) power options.
Needed to Complete
Besides flight battery, you will need couple of pretty expensive gears. You will need to pay about $500 for the DJI FPV Goggles and $299 for the DJI FPV remote controller. If you already own a transmitter you can opt for FlySky R-XSR, FrSky XM+ or TBS Nanon SE radio receiver.
iFlight TITAN DC5 design details