About the new product
iFlight has added a new model to the Titan line – XL5 HD. A racing quad built on a 250mm carbon frame with 6mm beams. Equipped with Xing 2208-1800KV brushless motors coupled with 5-inch Nazgul 5140 three-blade props. At the heart of the drone is a SucceX-D flight controller implemented on the basis of the F7 processor, flashed by Betaflight, with active OSD, buzzer, and 5 UARTs. Also in the ESC stack 4 in 1 SucceX-D 50A BLheli_32 supporting 6S batteries. The developer notes that the basic setup of the drone (PID/Filter) has already been done. However, for added security, Angle mode is enabled by default and power is preset at 70%. All this is done to make your first flight on the 6S drone as successful as possible. Need more power? Just activate it 100% in the Betaflight configurator and unleash the beast!
DJI on board
The radio and video part is implemented through the best digital solution from DJI Innovations, based on the FPV Air Unit – the developers took care to supply compatible voltage to it, since this unit does not support 6S. The DJI FPV camera mounts with a vibration-damping TPU mount.
iFlight added a GPS module to get the current coordinates during the flight, and also set up a GPS-rescure mode (activated via the Betaflight configurator) before using which the developer recommends that you familiarize yourself with the principle of its operation!
With or without receiver
The device is ready to fly if you have DJI control equipment. Otherwise, you may prefer the FrSky XM+ or R-XSR receiver kit versions, or the TBS Crossfire Nano RX receiver.
Drone versions and differences
Two versions of quads are offered at once – 6S and 4S without changing the price, with the exception of the version with the Frsky XM + receiver. Motor versions differ: 6S = XING X2208 1800KV; 4S = XING X2208 2450KV.
The drone is sold in four trim levels, which, as usual, predetermine the selected receiver. Components such as DJI FPV goggles, DJI remote control (relevant for BNF-DJI configuration), battery and action camera holder are purchased separately:
- Titan XL5 HD BNF-DJI
- Titan XL5 HD Frsky R-XSR Receiver
- Titan XL5 HD Frsky XM+ Receiver
- Titan XL5 HD TBS Crossfire Nano RX
Titan XL5 HD
250mm F7 6S FPV Racing Drone BNF
BNF-DJI (Built-in DJI RX); Frsky XM+ Receiver (Built-in DJI RX & Frsky XM+ RX); Frsky R-XSR Receiver (Built-in DJI RX & Frsky R-XSR RX); TBS Crossfire Nano Receiver (Built-in DJI RX & TBS Crossfire Nano RX)
6S 1300mAh 120C Lipo (sold separately)
Dimensions of the central part:
Distance from bottom to top plate:
Bottom plate thickness:
Top plate thickness:
Camera mount thickness:
2mm (including 2.5mm TPU spacers)
SuccessX-D F7 Stack
F7 V2.1 TwinG Flight Controller (HD Version)
5V 2.5A/9V 2.5A
current sensor scale:
Inverter for SBUS input:
Smartaudio & Tramp VTX protocol:
RSSI input pad:
30.5 × 30.5 mm φ4 mm with spacers φ3 mm
SuccessX-D F7 Stack
50A 2-6S BLheli_32 4in1 ESC
30.5 × 30.5 mm/Ø 3 mm
STM32F051 MCU, 48Mhz Runs BLHELI 32.X Firmware
DShot DShot150/300/600/1200/MultiShot/ OneShot etc.
XING X2208 Brushless Motor
KV (6S version/4S version):
Supported power (6S version/4S version):
5140 5 Inch Durable 3 Blades Propeller
5mm center hole
Weight of one prop:
2 CW and 2 CCW
Both versions of iFlight Titan XL5 HD are sold by the developer through the iFlight online store, as well as through the Banggood marketplace. The price depends on the selected receiver (excluding shipping and taxes):
- Titan XL5 HD BNF-DJI – $449.99
- Titan XL5 HD Frsky R-XSR Receiver – $467.99
- Titan XL5 HD Frsky XM+ Receiver – $460.99 (4S version = $459.99)
- Titan XL5 HD TBS Crossfire Nano RX – $478.99
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Test 2 km GPS flight iFlight Titan XL5 HD from the developer.