getting fit for summer TinyWhoop build

By vinnnocc on May 05, 2017

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from day one i wanted to have a light tiny whoop for overall better Performance and flight times.
i started breaking the original frame almost daily. then i got an E10 frame very sturdy but also very heavy. after many hours with the E10 frame i gave in and got a RAKON DELRIN frame. was lighter then the e10 and stronger then the stock inductrix frame. once again after hours of flying that frame i said i'm gonna get another inductrix frame. now that i'm a better pilot. i gota say the frame maybe weak. but it's so light. i finally got my tiny whoop down to 19.2g that's even with a frame stiffener.



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