Upgraded Tiny Whoop Nano

By OptimaZe on Jun 24, 2020

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Recently did a few upgrades to my Tiny Whoop Nano. It's a little beast now :) I absolutely love the Nitro Nectar Gold batteries. Amazing punch!


Part List


Tiny Whoop Nano Frame - Black

Flight Controller

Tiny Whoop Nano Flight Controller


Ultra Sauce Motors - 6x15mm 19701kv - Tiny Whoop (4 builds)


NewBeeDrone Azi Micro Props - 0.8mm Shaft (Set of 4) (3 builds)

FPV Camera

TBS Unify Nano + TinyCam Combo


NewBeeDrone Nitro Nectar Gold 300mAh 1S HV LiPo Battery (2 builds)
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avaevans   4 days ago  

Oh, through this sharing, you've opened many of my ideas, so I can learn more about many valuable things. club penguin

«rÅge»   10 days ago  

How do you know if it binds to Crossfire or FrSky
there seems to be no receiver
is it built into the FC?

OptimaZe   10 days ago 

The Tiny Whoop Nano binds to FrSky. The receiver is integrated into the flight controller.

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