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QQ190 RTF FPV Racing Drone – Ready To Fly from QuadQuestions-Powered by TBS


The QQ190 RTF FPV Racing Drone is the perfect solution for those who want to spend more time racing and less time tinkering.  Competitive out of the box, with the top performing gear, this racing drone gives the seasoned pilots a stable and reliable platform, and the newcomers to the hobby an easy way to start racing as soon as they open it.


SKU: QQ190RTF Category: Brand:


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Ready to fly and compete

The QQ190 RTF FPV Racing Drone is ready to transform your expectations of the ready to fly racing drone.  Traditionally, racing drones have been complicated to build, difficult to troubleshoot, and complicated to fly.  We are long time builders and pilots that have wanted to put an end to the complications of building drones.  We set out to create a competitive racing drone that is both modular in design and easy to work on.  The Result is the QQ190 RTF Racing Drone. The QQ190 RTF FPV Racing Drone is ready to fly out of the box – you simply add a radio system such as an FrSky or Spectrum, FPV goggles or other viewing device, LipPo battery and you are off to the races.

Advanced, cutting edge drone technology

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Team Blacksheep

Team Blacksheep

The QQ190 RTF FPV Racing drone features an advanced electronics package engineered and manufactured by Team-Blacksheep. Team Blacksheep is a known leader in the drone racing industry and their stifling innovation is leaving the rest of the industry behind. The Drone features a state-of-the-art electronics package including a Colibri F3 flight controller, 2-in-1 20A escs with BlHeli-S firmware, and an integrated power-adjustable video transmitter.  It features 2 camera options, the base QQMicroCam CMOS camera, and an upgraded high grade camera option.  Everything is tied together with full graphic TBS Core Pro on-screen display (OSD) that not only gives you fighter pilot style gauges overlayed onto your video feed, but also allows for easy configuration of most drone settings on the fly without the need for a computer.

No More Soldering

Building, flying, and repairing racing drones has traditionally been difficult due to the level of technological know-how, that one needs to know to get the job done.  The solution is to is the QQ190’s modular component system.  The QQ190 RTF eliminates the hassle that comes with building racing drones and makes it so that components are easily changed on the fly.  Motors can be removed and replaced in minutes. The powercube racing stack at the heart of the QQ190 can be taken apart and repaired with minimal hardware removal.  In fact, you can rebuild the entire drone using only 3 tools.

Designed by leaders of the drone racing industry

QuadQuestions has teamed up with Team-Blacksheep, T-motor, and many pilots around the world to come up with the QQ190 RTF Racing Drone. We have followed the trends of the drone industry and worked with top pilots first hand to find out exactly what works and what doesn’t.  After hundreds of hours, and many redesigns, trashed ideas, and community feedback, we have come up with the QQ190 RTF The result is a drone that works for Top tier pilots and beginners alike.

Symmetrical balanced and ideal design

The QQ190 RTF FPV Racing Drone is symmetrical in many ways, from having equidistant motors, to having a center mounted mass.  This means that the copter flies like a fighter jet, turns on a dime, naturally rights itself, and is balanced from the core.  The result of this design is a copter that flies in a way that seems to almost defy physics.

Designed to be light weight with speed and agility in mind.

The copter spares no extra weight, and therefore packs a punch. 330g.

Approved for Multi-GP 3s and 4s classes

You can be proud to take this Racing drone to the races- prepare to leave your teammates in the dust.


Have Questions?  QuadQuestions has worked feverishly to build a community of people to help you be successful.  Anyone can fly. View the QQ190 RTF manual here:



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    • 3-4s 1300-1800mah (not included)

    • Colibri RACE 2.0
    • MPU 6000 gyro
    • STM32F3 Processor
    • Betaflight 3.01
  • ESCS

    • 20A 2-in-1 TBS Bulletproof ESCs
    • BLHELI-S firmware
    • Conformal coated

    • Adjustable power from 25mw to 800mw and beyond.
    • Reliable technology- engineered from the ground up specifically for drone racing
    • Pit mode enabled
    • Adjustable video channels and power via OSD and controller link
    • Full Graphic OSD
    • Next-Gen Technology
    • Current sensing
    • Voltage sensing
    • Artificial horizon
    • Timer
    • Connects to flight controller to adjust PID settings, loop times, rates, vtx channels, vtx power, and more without the need for a computer.

    • QQ2205 2400KV motors manufactured by T-motor
    • Japanese NMB Bearings
    • Hollow Shafts
    • Non-extruding external c-clip design
    • right hand lock nut

    • Basic option: QQmicrocam

      • Voltage: 5V
      • Resolution: 600tvl
      • Sensory type: CMOS
      • Weight: 3.4g
    • Camera Upgrade Option:

      • 1/3″ SONY SUPER HAD II CCD
      • 600TVL, high picture quality
      • Aerodynamic plastic case (12g with case)
      • Low RF interference
      • IR Blocker
      • Nextchip 2040 DSP
      • Powerful OSD menu
      • D-WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)

    • HQProp 5x4x3 Skitzo Blue 4pcs

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 8 × 4 in
Camera Option

QQMicroCam, High-Quality Camera Upgrade

3 reviews for QQ190 RTF FPV Racing Drone – Ready To Fly from QuadQuestions-Powered by TBS

  1. Duddy

    Hi, I’d like to purchase this quad. I am in Australia. When will I get it if I purchase now?

    • Anthony

      The QQ190 RTF are in stock, so if you purchase now, it will ship immediately via your requested shipping method.

  2. Alberto

    Can I buy just the FC all in one stack? The FC, osd , fpv transmitter, esc’s?

    • admin

      Check out the Powercube elite bundle, it is going to be the closest thing.

    • Brian Connelly

      I got the camera upgrade — however the cam is not english (Chinese) .
      Is there a way to fix this ?

    • Anthony

      try the 3rd from the bottom of the cam menu- select it and then yaw right to change to English. We will be posting a video soon.

  3. Michael Spahn

    Is there an eta on the Sony CCD upgrade?

    • Anthony

      The upgrades should be back in stock the first or second week of April.

  4. Chris

    When will the qq190 be available with the camera upgrade

    • mattk

      Hello Chris, We are expecting the shipment to arrive late next week but we are actively taking preorders now on our site.

  5. thedarkpixel

    Hi! I want to plug a R9DS receiver but what is the correct number channel that i must use please before binding?

    • thedarkpixel

      The R9DS receive have 9 channels

    • Anthony Jacobs

      9 Channels is plenty. You will need to use channels 1-4 for pitch, roll, yaw, and throttle, and 5,6 for arm & flight modes.

  6. James Cox (verified owner)

    I just got the new Micro Swift from Runcam, it would be nice to go back to the smaller camera pod. Do you guys have any plans to make a mount for this camera?

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Agreed, we are working on a solution for Runcam owners. We will send out an announcement once available so please be sure to subscribe to our mailing list. Signup for the mailing list.

  7. John Schroer

    I’m not getting a flight summary at the end of my flights…do I need to install something additional on my QQ190 RTF to get that feature?

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi John, There is a setting in the OSD menu that turns on and off the summary. It is outlined in the manual on page 65 under “Summary Style” Open the manual

      Best to continue the conversation at

  8. Vishal Kumar

    Is there soldering involved if I were to replace the motors?

    • Anthony Jacobs

      No soldering is required for motor replacement. We use bullet connectors, so you can easily just swap a motor out without the need for an Iron.

    • Morgan

      I am getting ready to buy a RTF and am interested in the QQ190. My question is can I add a Spektrum Telemetry RX so I can get Rssi alarm? Also I have a Foxeer HS117 and a RunCam Swift already. Can I add one of these or should I still get the camera upgrade as I will use primarily for freestyle. Thank you for your time.

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi Morgan, RSSI can easily be added- Just make sure that you use a receiver that outputs an RSSI signal- You will have to solder 1 wire to make RSSI work. Also, We recommend the upgrade camera, as it is a fantastic cam, and should work well for freestyle.

  9. George Englezos

    Is the quad Dshot ready?

    • Anthony Jacobs

      You could try running Dshot 300, but we don’t recommend it. Multishot is way faster for now. We will likely begin to advise running Dshot once it gets up to speed with Multishot.

  10. Dylan Gaston

    Is it possible to get the ESC’s that support DShot 600 already on the quad?

    • Anthony Jacobs

      It is possible, but Dshot 600 isn’t up to par with Multishot which is what the QQ190RTF runs natively. Until Dshot 1200 is widely supported, we don’t think that you will notice a difference, and in some cases, you might notice a decrease in responsiveness when running Dshot 600 as opposed to Multishot.

      If you still want to upgrade, PM our team at and we will make it happen.

  11. Jake

    After having flown the QQ190 RTF multiple times along with my many other quads i can honestly say this is one of, if not the best RTF on the market for the average racer looking for the next leap forward into the competitive racing scene. With the solid Team Black Sheep components on the inside, paired with the quality carbon and design from the guys over at Quad Questions, this is a RTF that one can truly feel up to par with custom built racers without any of the complications of soldering components together. The powercube that the QQ190 uses allows for a full no solder required quad that can be repaired with a few simple tools quickly and efficiently. To top that off there is a whole community of QQ190 pilots that come together and help each other in adjusting the tunes available for the quad, creating new parts, and general camaraderie of being a QQ190 pilot. The best thing that i can say about the QQ190 RTF is a saying the QQ team lives by, “Anyone Can Fly” especially with the QQ190 RTF from Quad Questions.

    • john

      what transmitter does the RTF come with.. very interested I the 190

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi John, Thanks for your question. The QQ190 has a Unify Video transmitter on board that transmits a video feed on the 5.8 GHz band. It transmits on up to 40 channels. If you are referring to a radio transmitter- We leave that up to the pilot, the QQ190 works with Spektrum, Frsky, Crossfire, Futaba, SBUS, PPM and most other standard radio protocols for control. Let me know if that answers your question.

  12. Chris Munson

    i do have the qq190 very nice quad can i get vbatt low battey off my taranis plus voice

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi Chris, You could do this a few different ways, one way would be to enable a serial port to communicate with a telemetry enabled receiver to transmit the data back to the Taranis. I recommend reposting your question at so that we can write a complete guide on how to do this.

  13. German Fernandez (verified owner)

    I’ve been flying the QQ190 now for about 2 months or so and its precision, its power, and just the way it flies is hella smooth. I’m into freestyling and this drone just does beautifully for my kind of style, but just recently started practicing speed and precision by doing some race gates aka trees for now till I can afford the gates lol, and I gotta say this drone is definitely a racer as well! its got power! its overall a GREAT drone! not just a good one, especially after how many times I wrecked it! its a beast and still flying nicely! love it! and a huge thanks to Anthony Jacobs for being hella cool and taking the time on explaining things and helping me get my drone up and flying! I give this drone & the customer service i received and keep receiving a 5 star! thanks again guys!

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  14. Ed

    Which lens does the high quality camera upgrade come with?

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi Ed, It is a 2.8mm lens. Let me know if that helps to answer your questions!

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi, It comes with a 2.8mm lens which is a great choice for most people because it is not so wide that it is distorted, and not too narrow that you can’t see where you are going. Let me know if that helps to answer your questions!

    • n00b123

      Do you sell replacement frames that match the QQ190RTF? In your blog you imply that the RTF frame is different than the Falcon 3mm frame. If it breaks I want to have replacements ready… Also says “in stock in August” but it is now end of September. Is QQ190RTF currently in stock? THANKS!

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi, We offer replacement parts for the QQ190RTF here We are shipping currently from our Denver warehouse, thanks for the edit suggestion. 🙂

  15. Mark Prince (verified owner)

    incredible quad. Been flying anything that can fly since the 1970’s. Been building quads since they first evolutions about 7 years. Now I’ve found the dream machine. You absolutely can’t go wrong with this one. Just pull out the plastic and make the order.

  16. jeongbae kim

    With multi-shot, the motor is gradually accelerated. In Dishot 600, the motor rotates arbitrarily. Help me

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi. We talked about this earlier in the comments. We recommend to run multishot on the QQ190 RTF. There is really no speed advantage to running dshot . The qq190 ships natively with multishot and it is the fastest protocol supported by the 2-in-1 escs.

  17. Tony Farrar

    Can I use my Futaba T8J to control this drone (without any loss of functionality or performance)? Thanks and regards, Tony

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi Tony,
      Yes you can control the drone with your T8J,The QQ190 will work with any radio system that outputs Sbus, PPM, SumD, SumH,CRSF, & Spektrum protocols. The T8J says it outputs Sbus, so you should be in good shape.

  18. Libero

    Can you confirm this drone can use 3s or 4s batteries? Does the drone automatically sensor which battery is used, or can you damage by going back and forth with 3s/4s?
    Thank you!

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Hi. You can use either 3S or 4S batteries with the Qq190RtF. It automatically detects your battery voltage when you plug it in and adjusts it’s warnings and setpoints for the cell count. We recommend using 4S batteries for top performance but it flies well on 3S as well and no damage will result from using both types of batteries.

    • vihasith

      whats the flight time of this quad?

    • Anthony Jacobs

      Flight time depends on battery size and flying style 1300mAh batteries and easy flying 6-8minutes, aggressive flying, a little less. You can extend flight times at the expense of performance by using slightly larger (1500mAh) batteries

  19. James

    Is this still being made? Seems the newest information is 3 years old?

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