Sparrow Knight 180mm Quadcopter Frame Kit – V2

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You are looking at the Sparrow Knight 180mm racing quadcopter.  We have been working to develop a 180mm frame that coincides with the design practices of the Sparrow Line of quadcopters but one that is also light and strong.  The result is the Sparrow Knight 180mm V2 Quadcopter.  This quad is designed to use high kv motors and 4″ props for those looking for a smaller quad that is fully FPV capable and fun to fly!


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  • 180mm diagonal motor to motor layout
  • 3K 45mm weave Carbon fiber design
  • Frame Mounted Xt-60 connector
  • Vtx antenna mounting location.
  • multiple motor mounting options
  • Center mounted battery
  • Angle adjustable FPV camera hanger.
  • includes 5-in-1 PDB with included BEC, Lost model alarm, Low voltage alarm and LED Light controller.
  • includes 3d printed Hoop style landing gear, can be upgraded to Nylon Sparrow Claws if desired.

The FPV camera holder can install up to 32mm board mounted camera



We have worked hard to design a frame that is not like other traditional frames, but is as light as possible.  The result:

Weight of complete airframe with Stainless hardware and nylon risers: 124.4g






The kit includes 3 3D printed landing gear-  This means that the Sparrow Knight is ready for hard landings and scraping across the pavement.  If you want to upgrade the landing gear to Sparrow Claws, you can they fit the Sparrow Knight perfectly!


The Sparrow Knight also keeps the front camera well protected with a durable front bumper.




Strong 45 degree 3k carbon

The Sparrow line of quadcopters use a 45 degree weave carbon fiber pattern.  Although more expensive, this carbon is the best to make odd shapes out of such as quadcopters.  Our Sparrows are TOUGH!



Center Mounted Battery

Center mounted battery location for better CG than other designs.



Multiple Motor Mounting Options

The knight mounts most popular motor choices for mini quads from 1806 all the way up to 2208 sizes.





Ready for FPV video transmitters

The frame has provisions for a female SMA connector to be mounted to the frame such as the one on the popular Hawkeye 200mw Vtx




Adjustable camera angle

The Sparrow Knight features an angle-adjustable FPV camera mount that can fit up to a 36mm board mount camera such as the Sony Superhad CCD.  It is made to fit with the RunCam Sky camera.




Frame mounted XT-60 battery connector

Keep your battery leads out of your props!!  The sparrow knight follows the Sparrow Tradition by providing you with a frame mounted XT-60 connector.


Sparrow Knight Kit Contents

Full Featured Frame Kit

The Sparrow Knight frame kit includes:

  • 5-in-1 PDB board,
  • xt-60 connector,
  • Rubberized battery strap
  • 3d printed landing gear
  • stainless hardware
  • 3d printed FPV Camera hanger


Sparrow Knight with 5-in -1 PDB

Sparrow Knight 5-in-1 PDB BEC Specs

Sparrow Knight 5-in-1 LED Light Controller

Sparrow Knight 5-in-1 Low Voltage Alarm

Sparrow Knight 5-in-1 Lost model alarm

Sparrow Knight 5-in-1 multiple mounting options

Sparrow Knight 5-in-1 kit components

Sparrow Knight 5-in-1 Wiring Diagram

Build Photos



Recommended Equipment

Motors: Lumenier 1806 2300kv 

ESCs: BLheli SN20s or Kiss 12A

Flight Controller: Naze32 Acro

Props: HQ Prop 4045

Camera: Runcam Sky

Video Transmitter: Hawkeye 200mw

Antenna: QQ Cloverleaf

Radio System: FrSky Taranis

Goggles: Fatshark Dominator V3s

video receiver: TBS Dominator Receiver




Additional information

Weight 0.8 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 2 in

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