tiny whoop

By 36Ophiuchi on Jun 01, 2016

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Who knew you could have a ton of fun flying around your kitchen table? I love how small and maneuverable this guy is and how bomb proof it is. And I haven't even hooked up the MMW motors yet!


Part List


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


2 x mylipo 205mah/25C 1S (6.0g)

Misc Parts

Blade Inductrix FPV Camera Mount
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36Ophiuchi   Jun 25, 2016  

Added a zip tie roll bar to save the antennae. Two of the "leafs" have broken and I've repaired then over and over so I took a Whiffles idea to use a zip tie as an antennae saver. Works like a charm.

Whiffles   Jun 25, 2016 

I lost my zip tie at the playground the other day. Did you hot glue yours?

36Ophiuchi   Jun 26, 2016 

yup, hot-glued it. it's been pretty solid and has taken some pretty big spills.

Whiffles   Jun 01, 2016  

Oh it'll get a lot more fun once you get those motors in there! This thing is a ton of fun in the right environment.

AxeCop   Jun 16, 2016 

It looks super fun, I love the cowlings on this build.

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