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FlightClub Phuket Build Kit


Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Expected back in stock 3/30

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All in one FlightClub Phuket Build Kit

This is a true all-in-one kit.  Not only does it include all the hardware needed, it includes the backup files for the Taranis (switches, audio alerts, switches and all other settings) and Cicada 30A AIO configurator backup file with PIDs for this setup.  All you have to do is plug it in, restore the backup file and you’re done with programming*.  Bam, that’s it! Take the confusion and headaches out of messing with software, programming and tuning. Use this post for the build guide.

Base Kit Components $189

Motors – Tmotor F20ii 1408 3750kv or BrotherHobby 1407 3600kv

Not included but required parts

Backup Files

After you purchase the kit, you will get an order confirmation email (make sure you enter the correct email during checkout) with a link to download the following files:
  • Taranis Program – This file will have all the switches, voice prompts, timers and telemetry.
  • BetaFlight – All settings and PIDs for this setup.
Require but not included items:

phuket cheat sheetYou want a super clean build?  Here it is!  Also included is a cheat sheet that shows you exactly how long to cut all the wires on the quad.  This takes all the guesswork out of how much wire to cut to streamline the installation.  The cheat sheet will be shipped with the kit package.

Additional information

Weight 600.0000 g
Dimensions 0.0000 x 0.0000 x 0.0000 mm
Phuket Color

Black, Blue, Glow in the Dark, Green, Grey, Orange, Purple, Red, White

Phuket Motor


Program Files

Phuket Backup Files

1 review for FlightClub Phuket Build Kit

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kelly Storm (verified owner)

    Glad this was my first real quad! Really fly’s easy with the configuration that is suggested in the Build video and it was a snap to put together. I like all the components that we’re chosen and suggested for the build! As a new quad person I’d recommend to someone also new to just get 850mah 3S batteries as it’s so fast with 4S and the 1408/3750kv motors. I haven’t tried any other props cause I don’t want to mess with configuration yet so I’m sticking with the 3052’s like in the build video. All in all it’s a really durable quad, super fast and has a neat feel to it in being a slight stretch. I would like Mike, if he’s not too busy, to do a skeleton version for those who might want a lighter race version of the Phuket…

    Keep designing great stuff and like the new site!


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