NEWS: MJX Bugs 9, the first easy 3D brushless 5.8G FPV cruizer/racer ?

After the popular first MJX brushless Bugs3, and the last Bugs2 and Bugs8, here a new 5.8G FPV cruizer/racer with the Bugs9:

Seems to be a 250mm machine. Most of the structure seems to be Nylon plastic…Not a lot of information but a 5.8G FPV AIO module can be added. In standard we have a 2S machine (1300mAh/25C) with 1806/1800Kv motors. It allows 3D flight !! like the XK X252.. but no indication if it will be an assisted 3D flight (where commands will be normal for the pilot) a pure one … more challenging to pilot. 180 and 360 flips are also proposed. I guess it will be more an assisted 3D via dedicaced button. Why not …. and can be fun in FPV …. :). Of course Wait & See.




Brand Name: MJX
Item NO.: Bugs 9
Color: Black
Frequency : 2.4G
Channel : 4CH
Motor Type: 1806 1800KV Brushless Motor
Transmitter: GR303B
Transmitter Power: 4 x 1.5V AA battery (not included)
Copter battery: 7.4V 25C 1300mAh LiPo Battery (included)
Battery Size: 8.2 x 4 x 2cm ( not including wires )
Charging time: About 3 hours
Copter size: 390 X 255X160mm

Brushless Motor strong power to the quadcopter
Support to mount 5.8G C5830 camera, G3 FPV goggles , D43 5.8G monitor
4 in 1 ESC provide worry-free flying experience
Inverted Flight, Rolling 180° ,3D Flip
The latest 6 axis flight control system, permits super stable flight
Super bright LED lights aid in orientation and allow for night flying
The quadcopter can fly both indoor and outdoor.Including 4CH digital proportional RC system
Bidirectional 2.4G, weak signal alarm and low voltage alarm

Function: Up/down, Forward/backward, Turn left/right, Sideward flight, LED Light, 3D rolling

Package included:
1 x MJX Bugs 9 Quadcopter
1 x Transmitter
1 x 7.4V 25C 1300mAh LiPo Battery
4 x Spare Blade
1 x Blance charger
1 x USB charging table
1 x Propeller fixing mount
1 x Manual

1 Comment

  • Krotow says:

    There is no Bugs 9 yet. Banggood also renamed this quad to Bugs 6. however naming is quite confusing. In MJX home page this quad is now named as Bugs 8. Maybe they definitely have a next revision of this one where parts are interchangeable. In MJX home page I seen that they have a newer Bugs 250 racer with cloverleaf FPV antenna as well. Although motors, props and circuitry in Bugs 250 seems the same as in Bugs 8. Only distance between motor centers are shorter. Seems 250 is a bit more maneuverable over Bugs 8, but can’t say without trying. The funny thing here is a similarity between Bugs 3, 8 and 250 – motors and circuitry looks the same. Would be interesting to remove long legs from Bugs 3 and then compare flying properties of all three models.

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