Arris’s FPV 250 mini racing quadcopter provides an inexpensive and easy-to-setup entry into vst-paced FPV flying.
It comes BNF, which means you just have to bind the receiver to the transmitter – and fly. (Although you will need your own transmitter and battery).
I used the 1806 motors, 2300KV on this build. They work great!
A high-quality 700 TVL camera also gives you a solid video image during flight, unlike the cheap and grainy cameras that come with other quads in this price point.
If you want to see his build pics and final battery placement, check out these photos. While he uses the 1300 mAh battery (looks like 4S), you might consider a little bigger battery like the Turnigy 2200 mAh 3S pack for a longer flight time of around 10 minutes.