Tarot 650 Project & complete kit for sale

This is my first attempt at my own build after flying Phantoms & a custom machine built by Aerobot.

Its 90-95% built bet never flown. As it is my first build I would recommend that a full check of everything would be required first. I make no guarantee that it flies (although I'm pretty sure it will). So probably not the right craft for a first timer into drone flying. Having said that, the frame, landing gear, motors (with one spare), props & esc's are all brand new. Batteries haven't been used in over 12 months (on my previous quad).

Details are

Tarot 650 Sport Frame & hood

Tarot retractable landing gear

Arris 2810 Outrunner Brushless motors (5)

Arris 1238 high efficiency Carbon fibre props (2 complete sets)

Hobbywing X Rotor 20A Brushless Opto ESC (5)

FR Sky Taranis 16 ch telemetry radio system with case.

Various Taranis sensors (adding voice & radio telemetry)

Arris CM3000 Pro 32 bit 3 axis brushless gimbal

DJI AVL58 video downlink

Pixhawk flight controller & mount (running APM Copter) (http://copter.ardupilot.com)

900 mhz link for Mission control & Autonomous missions.

Turnigy Nanotech 6000 (2)

Multistar 4S 8000 (4)

Battery Charger

Monitor

Any other bits I've got lying around! (getting out of hobby to concentrate on other hobbies)

Replacement over $2000

This kit contains everything you'll need for a long time instead of wasting time picking up bits along the way (like I did)

If you been flying one of those ready to fly machines & want more control / customisability over your setup, then this is the kit for you.

All reasonable offers considered.

Located Newcastle NSW Australia.

Don't really want to separate at this stage.

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