Want to explore the coast of Australia? You can do just that with this week’s #QuadGoals featured pilot: CLIFFORD FPV. Based in Australia, pilot Clifford Wakeman tells us about his reliable quad, which he flies along the coast for our enjoyment.

“It’s my go-to for high risk flights and anything freestyle because it’s an absolute tank and flies on rails. The Graffiti is a very special frame. You’ve never build anything like this. It’s packed with innovation and a lot of time was spent getting everything right, from the incredible hero mount with carbon screen protector, to the perfect centre of gravity for effortless tuning and incredible flight characteristics. It’s simply stunning. Big shout out to Bryce and Chase at Rebel Miniquads for creating this masterpiece.”
Drone pilot: CLIFFORD FPV
Video filmed with this quad: Long Reef is accurately named

Quad build:

#QuadGoals: teammistral

Wednesday means another edition of #QuadGoals. We head to France to feature this week’s pilot — and his quad. Introducing David Aspen, who you might know better as Team Mistral FPV. We’ll let him explain his quad build and why he enjoys flying it:

“It’s a personal creation, a lot of months of hard work and testing to finally have one of the best frames on the FPV game. Nobody has broken any carbon part yet, and the rigidity is awesome! I found exactly what I needed to make Freestyle, Cinematic, or Freeride video. This frame can handle almost everything and I love it A lot of 3D prints are available for free on Thingiverse and you can find all the spare parts in the shop. We decided to have one exclusive retailer in France because we wanted to maintain a low price for this quality of carbon which is really expensive to make.”

Drone pilot: teammistral

Video filmed with this quad: Welcome to Iceland (part 1)

Quad build
Frame: Team Mistral AK47 5 inch (soon available in 6 inch and in DJI HD version)

#QuadGoals: Tangybuttfrog

This week’s featured #QuadGoals pilot has an interesting handle — and one of his quads is quite peculiar. But Tangybuttfrog has the skills to back everything up. He tells us the build for a few of his quads, including one that uses a potato as a frame. Yes, you read that correctly. 🥔

“My main quad is the TBS Source One. I like flying it because it’s an inexpensive, durable and smooth-flying drone that outperforms my premium drones and allows me to push the limits a little further.”

Drone pilot: Tangybuttfrog

Video using this quad: Giant tunnel slide freestyle


Quad build (main quad):

Frame – TBS Source One
Components – Emax Magnum Mini stack (flight controller/esc/vtx combo)
Fpv cam – RunCam Micro Eagle
Hd cam – GoPro Hero 7
Potato quad
Frame – It’s a real actual potato
Components – F4 AIO flight controller/Spedix 4in1 esc 
FPV cam – RunCam Micro Eagle