For the Moxy Pro-Spec build we've used all the components that Bubby uses on his quads. From the frame, to the motors and stack, it's all Bubby branded and endorsed products!
Bubby FPV designed his premier signature frame to meet both his high standards for flight performance and crash durability.
Bubby spent his last summer in Orlando at the Rotor Riot headquarters working on the CAD and testing prototype revisions. Over the past few months he has put the final design through its paces, ripping bandos and office parks, and crashing into everything along the way. And today, the Moxy airframe by Bubby FPV is ready to shred!
- Camera plates integrated into GoPro mount for durable GoPro mounts
- Wide arms for Max durability and easy to tune
- Full FPV camera protection
- No props in view of the GoPro
- Large forward-facing motor protection bumpers
- 1x Moxy 5" Frame
- 1x F722 V4 3-6S 30x30 Flight Controller
- 1x Foxeer Reaper 128K 32Bit 65A 3-8S 30x30 4in1 ESC
- 4x Hypetrain Drib V3 2306 2650KV Motor
- 1x Set of Kwad Skidz (in blue)
- 2x HQ Juicy J37 4.9x3.7x3 Props (in grey)
- 1x The Bubby Spoiler for Moxy
- Video System Choice
DJI O3: DJI O3 Air Unit
- DJI HD: Runcam Link with Wasp Camera For DJI HD Video System
- Fatshark / Avatar HD: Avatar HD V2 Micro (The Moxy Frame Is Not compatible with the Avatar V2 Pro Camera)
- Receiver Choice
*GoPro mount sold separately*
*Caleb Wright, aka Bubby FPV, is a top-tier freestyle pilot known for flow style flying. He is not only smooth in the air, but he also takes risks and is not afraid to crash hard when working on a line of gaps and tricks. Check out his full collection here.
Built & Tuned Disclaimers
FPV Regulatory Notice ⚠
The use and operation of this type of product in the USA and many other countries may require a license and some countries may forbid its use entirely. In the USA, you will need a "HAM" amateur radio license. Learn more about HAM licenses, and find a HAM license exam session in your area.It is your responsibility to ensure that the use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your government's rules and regulations for RF devices.
Do not purchase this product if you are unsure of the government requirements or are not able to comply with them. Rotor Riot cannot be held responsible for your actions if you purchase and/or use this product in violation of your government's regulations. By agreeing to our terms and conditions during the check-out process, you also agree to have read and to understand this notice.
Built to Order Drones
- We put a lot of care into the custom construction of each craft. Custom made drones and Pre-Order sales are final.
- All pre-orders are fulfilled on a first come first serve basis.
- For specific shipping times please check the description for each Built-and-Tuned drone listing.
- Built-and-Tuned drones may come with slightly different components than originally listed, as stock varies and replacements become available. All of our replacements will be upgrades from their previous counterparts.
Suppose an item you received from Rotor Riot is faulty (“Faulty Item”) or inoperable due to a manufacturing defect. In that case, Rotor Riot may replace or repair that item at its sole discretion if Rotor Riot deems that the fault is indeed due to a manufacturing defect and not user misuse, including construction error. Rotor Riot will not be liable for equipment that might have been lost and/or damaged as a result of the Faulty Item.
The FAA now requires most drones flown in US National Airspace to have Remote ID capability. This drone product does not comply with Standard Remote ID requirements and is therefore intended only for use Outside US National Airspace (ONAS). Such areas include FAA-Recognized Identification Areas (FRIA) and indoor spaces. It is your responsibility to ensure the use of this product complies with Remote ID requirements by flying ONAS locations or by installing a Remote ID Broadcast Module.
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I received my drone on 2/8/24 and bound it to my DJI FPV Goggles V2 and DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 no problems cause all I had to do was press a tiny button on the air unit and voila, goggles and controller were bound!
I went to go fly it on 2/10/24 and had 1 issue. I couldn't see my battery voltage at all?
I flew until the battery fully died (the poor 4s battery dropped to 9.0v :( ) however this was because no data was being sent to the goggles.
I go home and try to figure out why that is and oh my god you have no idea the amount of rabbit holes I was going through to figure out this problem. After a good chunk of hours and trial and error, I found multiple posts saying that the OSD wasn't showing up due to 2 things. Using commands in betaflight and the wiring from the airunit to controller. Some people said that instead of wiring RX -> TX and TX -> RX, it should be RX -> RX and TX->TX.
After breaking my head all day, I finally said screw it and got a soldering kit. I had to unsolder the white and grey wires (from the dji o3 air unit to the flight controller) and basically flip them around. After doing that, I was FINALLY ABLE TO SEE MY OSD FROM BETAFLIGHT!
I am giving 3 stars not due to performance but its because of the fact that I shouldn't have had to go through such extremes to fix a problem that literally required me to take apart the drone and mess with the circuit board! I bought this drone to BNF and not have to worry about all of that mess but like I guess this forces me to learn incase I do happen to crash lol. Fine I'll give it 4 stars for forcing me to not be a baby but SHEESH I WISH IT WORKED THE FIRST TIME!
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