Evil Whoop Silverware 716 House Ripper

By OptimaZe on Dec 26, 2019

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Another 65mm BetaFPV Lite Silverware based Whoop build for ripping around my house this winter. This one is built on the BetaFPV Evil sleek frame, and canopy combo, running Tiny Whoop Bald Eagle Sauce 19,100kv motors, and Gemfan props. This is by far the fastest of my brushed Whoops, and is actually a bit too fast for my basement course, but it's a ton of fun to fly around in the house.

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FPV Rider   Jan 07, 2020  
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Would you be able to send me some vidoes of it. I want to see how fast it is.

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FPV Rider   Jan 17, 2020 

I'm asking because I am thinking of getting the lite FC

FPV Rider   Jan 22, 2020 
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.... hello? video? lol ;)

OptimaZe   Feb 05, 2020 

Here's some DVR footage of my first flight with it in Angle mode in high rates.

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