Tiny Steamy Poop

By SoloFpv on Apr 07, 2017

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So I have been through a few whoops now and wanted to build something that would last and still fit the form figure of the original whoop. I chose the eachine frame because it's cheap, super durable, and I like black. I have been through a bunch of aftermarket frames (RAKON, MULTIRC) and there is always some caveat to making them work, like rubber banding the battery, or motor sleeves that crack or wobble and so on. This frame is great because you just need to cut out one small post and its good to go. Plus you cant beat 5 bucks. Did i mention it comes in black?

Anyway, just a really basic clean tinywhoop build for doing what whoops where made to do! whoop! I may add one small led in the back for racing purposes but we will see.



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