The Whoop

By Freshbread on Jan 22, 2022

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I wanted to piece together the ultimate 65mm whoop for racing, so this is what I came up with.

The NewBeeDrone Beebrain V2 canopy is great as it accommodates many different cameras. I did have to shear off the internal tabs so the Caddx Ant Lite could fit properly, and then E6000 the edges of the camera to ensure it won't pop out during a crash.

If your whoop doesn't have LEDs on it, you are missing out. Jesse Perkins over at tinywhoop.com is the source for all things whoop related, including these LED harnesses that are super easy to install.

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