Personalize your FrSky Taranis

When the FrSky Taranis hit the market it was quickly adapted by the money conscious RC modeler and the newly emerging FPV multirotor community. It's reliable ACCST technology, loaded with features, full telemetry and reasonable prices makes this a great choice for someone new to the hobby as well. Being a popular radio means others will have the same stock Taranis. So to differentiate your radio from the next you can customize it.

Stick Ends

The easiest and cheapest upgrade you can make on your Taranis X9D are stick ends. Whether you are a thumb flier or a pincher there is a stick end out there made just for you. Grip becomes very important as a slip of the finger can cause a crash. You can also add a splash of color to your radio with many anodized color option out there.

Winner of FrSky Who Is The 5th Event

Dear Participants,

The “Who Is The 5th” campaign by FrSky has ended on January 8, 2017. We would like to thank everyone for your entries. 

We are glad to announce the lucky guy who received the highest votes in one month is -- Antoine Froment (@ntoine), an RC sail boat skipper. Antoine has been a skipper for 15 years, and has developed his competitive skill in the RG65 Racing Class since 2010. The RG-65 is an International development racing class with a 30 year history. In the past 6 years he has received many respectable rankings in the French RG65 National Competitions. 3rd place in 2010, 1st place in 2011, 5th place in 2012, 7th place in 2013, 2nd place in 2014, 2nd place in 2015, and another 1st place in 2016. And for 2017 he has won a FREE Horus X12S! 

How to Choose the best Frame for FPV Multirotor Racing


FPV Racing takes a lot of concentration and quick reflexes to stay in the air and not "crash out". The FPV Racing Frame can help you have an edge on the competition but ultimately it's all about the skill. You can have the lightest frame but if you can't put it where you want, then it doesn't matter. I would suggest getting an FPV Racing Simulator to practice racing without spending a lot of money repairing components due to crashing. There are a few good simulators out now like Liftoff , FreeRider and Hot Props.


How to Choose the Best Video Transmitter for your FPV Racing Multirotor

The video transmitter is one of the more important pieces of equipment for FPV flying. There are many factors to consider when choosing a Video Transmitter or VTX for short. You need to consider the VTX power in mW, if you are flying indoors or outdoors, if you are flying with others and also the bandwidth your FPV goggles or monitors can tune into. More features to be aware of are how easy is it to change and read the channels and bands. In the case your FPV camera doesn't have a microphone and you prefer to have onboard audio, some VTXs have a built in microphone.


The New FrSky Taranis X7 Review and comparison with FrSky Taranis X9D plus

I've had my FrSky Taranis X9D plus for almost two years now. And I love it because it's reliable and has all the features I need. I have done a few Mods to it as well. Like the breaking off the antenna accidentally and having to replace it so might as well do the SMA screw on antenna Mod. I am also a thumb flier so I have installed a set of aluminum thumb end sticks. I had heard the X7 was going to be cross compatible with the Taranis X9D so i was excited to try it.

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