Another Tiny Whoop

By g2h0 on May 16, 2016

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A build following the Tiny Whoop recipe. Use this bad boy to smash into your friends head or fly it right up your girlfriend's butt. This airframe will take the abuse like an obedient puppy that wants nothing more than to please it's master! Buy in now while parts are still available...


Part List


CL-0615-14 coreless motor (speed: fast) (5 builds)


4 x mylipo 205mAh/25C 1S (6.0g) (5 builds)

HD Camera


HD Camera

30 AMP Simonk 30A Brushless ESC firmware w / 5V 3A UBEC Quad Multirotor APM2 1G7 4894462326060 (68 builds)

Misc Parts

Hitec RCD 44212 X4 Micro AC/DC 1 Cell LiPo Charger

Misc Parts

Blade Inductrix FPV Camera Mount
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MattS   Jul 25, 2016  

The more I see these, the more I want one. Looks GREAT!

Whiffles   Jul 25, 2016 

There's lots of room for innovation. People have been building all sorts of different micros inspired by the whoop lately.

Whiffles   May 16, 2016  

Looks good! Got any footage?

g2h0   May 16, 2016 

I'll try to get some up this week!

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