AlienWhoop Zero 19gram Build

By PropsFPV on Aug 15, 2018

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Full custom AlienWhoop Zer0 Whoop. This contains 25000kv motors installed into a Cockroach frame, AlienWhoop Zer0 board, Frsky XM receiver Eachine TX03 Camera, Dipole antenna, quad blade 31mm propellers and Tiny Whoop camera mount from PhaserFPV.
Total weight (without battery): 19grams
I use the BetaFPV 260mah 1s Batteries and get around 3min 30sec flight time and the batteries will be at 3.7volts after cool down.



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kwong   Aug 16, 2018  

daaaaaaammmmnn that camera mount is cool, can I have the STL file for print?

smitty   Aug 17, 2018 

hey! thats my cam mount! always like seeing them in the wild

eduenlamer   May 22, 2019 

That's an awesome looking mount! Definately going this route for my next micro!

Pylot818   Oct 02, 2018  

I was just looking at these motors for my next Zer0 build. I've currently got BaldEagle 7mm 19100kv. What are your thoughts on the motors? Preformance, longevity, flight times? Do you Whoop more indoor, or outdoor? Thanks!

dummel   Aug 15, 2018  


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