Badger 5 DJI Edition with TOA 2306/2150kv motors-Ready to ship

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Badger 5 DJI Edition with TOA 2306/2150kv motors-Ready to ship

Badger 5 DJI Edition with TOA 2306/2150kv motors - Ready to Ship

This ready-to-ship aircraft is a complete quad, designed to get you out of the box and into the air with minimal tinkering.  If you don't have the time, interest, or experience to build a quad of your own, this is a fantastic platform to get you started.
Built with high quality components, these models are tested, flown, and tuned to make sure you're getting the finest product we can offer. That means you are locked-in out of the box. Also, while we have stock, you can select the receiver of your choice, but you don't have to cause the DJI Air Unit has one built in as well.
Because this model will ship as soon as you order, we have limited quantities on hand at any one time.  If it is unavailable for purchase, you can keep an eye out for the next batch, or take a look at the main product on this page.  There, you can customize a kit to your liking.
While this comes with almost everything you need, there may be some other bits you need to pick up before you can fly your new quad to new heights.
Recommended Extras
-  LiPo Battery
-  DJI Digital FPV Goggles
-  DJI FPV Remote Controller
-  Tools for maintenance
 *Note: The the KV rating makes these motors most suitable for flying on 4s and 5s.


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  • 5
    Badger 5" 2150kv

    Posted by David Deal on 6th Jan 2021

    Full disclosure: I have only been flying for 9 months and this is my first 5" quad.

    This drone is a blast to fly. For my style and experience level the pitch of the included props was a bit much but I replaced with 5037s (also tried 4838s) and feel like I have great control with 5s packs. The build is beautiful and feels very solid. And I can attest to its durability. I put it down pretty hard second trip out flying (bounced hard off the ground and then into a chain link fence). Props were destroyed and both arms and ESCs took prop strikes. The frame was unscathed as was one of the ESCs. The other ESC was hit pretty hard and while the cover was bent the ESC itself was undamaged and the quad was flyable again with new props and zip ties. This is currently the only quad I'm flying...the rest of the team has been benched.