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ImmersionRC Vortex 150 Mini Race Quad(USA Edition)

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* The USA Version is identical to the International, and EU versions, with one exception. The firmware is region-locked to prevent transmission outside of the USA Ham band. All RaceBand channels are still available, and all power settings are available. 


  • Retail Price ($USD): $299.00
  • Initial Release Date: October 2016
  • Weight: ~178 without battery (<250g with 500mAh pack)
  • Power Requirements: 3s-4s LiPo (typical)
  • ESCs: Full Custom, 16A cont. 20A peak, rotorSENSE, OneShot125/42, Multishot
  • Motors: Custom V-Spec 1306, with 2mm axles, 5mm shafts
  • Props: RaceKraft 3" Tri-Blade
  • Flight Camera: FatShark 600TVL CCD 
  • Receiver Compatibility: CPPM, S-Bus, Spektrum™, XBus, SumH, SumD (no external adapters required)
  • Flight Time: Highly dependent upon battery, and flying style

Included in the box

  • 1x Vortex 150 Mini Race Quad, Fully assembled and flight-tested
  • 2x ImmersionRC Branded battery straps (Installed)
  • 1x SpiroNET Omni 5.8GHz antenna (Stubby, v2)
  • 1x PPM Interface Cable
  • 1x Spektrum(tm) Interface Cable
  • 1x SBus Interface Cable
  • 8x HQ 3" Tri-Blade Props

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  1. Vortex 150 review

    Posted by Jim Montgomery on Jan 10th 2018

    This review is from a beginner’s perspective as I’m pretty new to the world of FPV quads. I have though flown an Inductrix FPV approaching a hundred hours. The Vortex 150 is a bit different.

    My first LOS flight (angle mode) had a fairly serious drift to the right requiring 15 clicks of xmtr trim to correct it. Also, it was quite sensitive. It showed promise though.

    Research suggested that I didn’t have the quad perfectly level during the accelerometer calibration. I bought a round bubble level and from within the comfigurator recalibrated the accelerometers. While there, I also added 70 expo in the pitch/roll axes and 60 expo in the yaw axis. On my transmitter, I set the hover point at mid throttle (60% power found experimemtally). I set the top end at about 90%. I’m using 3s batteries.

    The next flight was perfectly level with no bias left/ right or forward/ back. With the expo and throttle curve, it was all I had hoped for — a perfectly fantastic little quad.

    I haven’t flown it FPV yet so no comment there.

    RotorLogic gave me a great Black Friday deal, probably the best on the net. They shipped promptly, and the Vortex arrived straightaway in perfect condition.

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