Kabab Style super whoop Mock-up

By QU|(K_F0X on Dec 31, 2018

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Ok guys, I kinda need your help, any input would be much appreciated.
I have an fpv cam, vtx and the old racerstar br1103 10000kv motors, and I've been inspired to make a 'super-whoop' like what kabab fpv is working on.
I want to know if i should use the aio board from the mobula 7, or the teeny 16x16mm f3 stack(which is 10 usd cheaper).
I also need suggestions for whether I should use wood, delrin or 3d printed filament(abs, pla or nylon) for a carbon fiber alternative.

Links to the above mentioned electronics below, the motors are 10000kv, I chose 6500kv because I could not find a link for the 10000kv versions

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sergetania   Dec 31, 2018  
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I am not sure I believe in a printed frame, definitely not PLA. So I have ordered this

https://lilduece.com

I don't think you can find a lighter frame for 65mm props. I will print an adapter to mount a whoop style fc board (1S betafpv). I am slightly worried if the ESCs are powerful enough for 1102 motors but it should be fine.

DRAYSON76fpv   Jan 16, 2019 

does anyone know whether you can buy the eachine trashcan fc/esc

sergetania   Jan 17, 2019 

Why?

matthew saigon   Jan 03, 2019  

1s battery won't fly good on 2s battery setup. and 1s is where kababfpv is at right now. with what you have, you're looking at 2s setup. and kababfpv is not there yet at this time. so i would wait. for 16x16mm stack, 5-6A esc is kinda old now and limit you to 1103 motor max. i would get 16x16 10A esc from hakrc. have to solder on wires but you can use it later for another bigger build.

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The Van   Jan 11, 2019 
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"with what you have, you're looking at 2s setup. and kababfpv is not there yet at this time. so i would wait."

Poison!

thijs fpv   Jan 15, 2019 
1

1103 will run fine with a 5-6a esc.

matthew saigon   Jan 15, 2019 

i take it back. don't buy hakrc 16x16 10A esc. it's bad. i'm going to try beecore f4 10A whoop board. hope it's not a bad board. stupid hakrc esc.

matthew saigon   Jan 12, 2019  

flexrc just released this frame. check it out and tell me what you think ?
https://flexrc.com/product/mira-universal-95mm-frame/

The Van   Jan 11, 2019  

I know that the new Beta 2S F4 (non AIO) has upped the amp rating to 10a. That has me really itching to build something like this from one :)

MATEKMAN   Jan 11, 2019  

nice ! flight time ?

QU|(K_F0X   Jan 11, 2019 

I haven't built it yet, i'll let you know once i do

StickyRice   Jan 11, 2019  

use the mobula 7 board. i think its more convenient and lighter!

matthew saigon   Jan 03, 2019  
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i think i have something here. hear me out and tell me what you think.
https://rotorbuilds.com/build/15189
in this build, the guy uses BetaFPV F4 2S 65x/75x board. but the frame is only 80mm. you can only use 2inch props.
https://rotorbuilds.com/build/11448
but in this build, this guy use the same frame but with longer arms 112mm, which can fit 3inch props.
to put 2 and 2 together, you got a frame that can use a whoop board with arms long enough for kk 65mm props.

hope it helps.

QU|(K_F0X   Jan 04, 2019 

thx, ill check 'em out!

QuadConnect   Dec 31, 2018  

In his latest vid he said mob7 board was good right? And I think this frame might work.
http://taco-rc.com/3dpower-75mm-stetch-x-carbon-fiber-frame-for-tiny-whoop-frame-betafpv-mobula7/

matthew saigon   Jan 03, 2019 
1

it won't fit kk 65mm props.

thumbtwiddler   Jan 02, 2019  
1

i think i'd roll with the delrin as that stuff is stiff as hell, and the AIO will definitely save some space, weight, and time

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