BumbleWhoopDuctrix

By OptimaZe on Jun 11, 2020

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Here's another Whoop build. Can never have too many Whoops! This one is a bit of a Franken Whoop. It has a Blade Inductrix FPV Plus flight controller, and camera combo mounted in a NewBeeDrone Cockroach frame and Goober canopy. Props are NBD Azi, and motors are Tiny Whoop Special Sauce.

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Part List

Frame

Colored Cockroach Super-Durable Frame (22 builds)
Newbeedrone.com
$3.99

Flight Controller

Main Control Board: Inductrix FPV + (BLH9601)
Horizonhobby.com
$59.99

Motors

Special Sauce Motors - 6x15mm 17300kv (7 builds)
Tinywhoop.com
$19.00

Propellers

NewBeeDrone Colored Azi Micro Props - 0.8mm Shaft (Set of 4) (2 builds)
Newbeedrone.com
$3.99

FPV Camera

FPV Camera, 25mW: Inductrix FPV + (BLH9606)
Horizonhobby.com
$39.99

Batteries

NewBeeDrone Nitro Nectar 250mAh 1S LiPo Battery (7 builds)
Newbeedrone.com
$4.99

Misc Parts

BeeBrain Goober Canopy - Multiple Colors (5 builds)
Newbeedrone.com
$4.99
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