By Thatguyfpv on Jan 07, 2020

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Part List


Meteor 65 Brushless Frame - Tiny Whoop


Stingray- Quad Color

Flight Controller

BetaFPV F4 1S AIO Whoop Flight Controller w/ 5A 4in1 ESC (BT2.0) for Meteor65 - FRSKY


Pickle Juice 802 20,500kv Brushless Motors for Tiny Whoop


Gemfan 1219-3 Durable Tri-Blade 31mm Micro/Whoop Prop 8 Pack (1mm Shaft) - Choose Your ColorClear Purple

FPV Camera

Tiny Whoop Pinch with Smart Audio - FX965TW


BetaFPV 3.8V 1S 300mAh 30C LiHV Whoop/Micro Battery 8 Pack - BT2.0

Misc Parts

6 x BT2.0 Charger Adapter

Misc Parts

BT2.0 Pigtail

Misc Parts

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