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Tiny Whoop Upgrades: Flight Controller Comparisons

When it comes to the Tiny Whoop, the stock Inductrix board is severely lacking.  This is especially true for pilots who really want to push the platform or themselves.  Thankfully the markets have responded, and there are a lot of options out

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Posted in Tiny Whoop / Inductrix FPV, Upgrades and Third Party Parts

What’s That Clicking Noise? Repairing a damaged JST Balance Plug

One of the resent lessons I learned with my Vendetta was to make sure that the JST balance plug on my battery is secured to the battery itself. How did I learn this little lesson?  Oh simple…

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Posted in QuadCoptors, Repairs

Choosing a Remote

In some ways, choosing a remote will be the most important decision a pilot can and will make. It defines so much of what you can and cannot do with your quad, as well as how you do it.  While there

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Posted in QuadCoptors, Radio Transmitters

A Literal String of Failures

I recently picked up the TBS Vendetta and oh man, it’s fun.  More machine than I can handle probably, but I’m determined. In the course of my first weekend flying it, I’ve managed to break six of the eight propellers.

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Do I Need a Amateur Radio License for FPV?

It almost always starts the same way: A novice enters the FPV community, and asks a well meaning question:  Why does this gear say I need a Ham radio license to operate it in the United States? This touches off a mild to

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Posted in Drones & The Law, fpv

Two, Three, or Four Blade Tiny Whoop Propellers: What’s Best (With Numbers!)

One of the hot button issues in the Tiny Whoop community has always been: What’s better, two or four blades?  To make the question more complex, RakonHeli has recently complicated the issue with a three-bladed prop for the Whoop.  It’s

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Posted in Tiny Whoop / Inductrix FPV, Upgrades and Third Party Parts

Rakonheli CNC Delrin and Carbon Fiber Upgrade Kit for Tiny Whoop / Blade Inductrix FPV

When it was announced I was very excited about the Rakonhelin Delrin & Carbon Fiber frame.  I’ve personally cracked two different stock Inductrix frames, and were it not for E6000 glue and a carbon fiber brace, I probably would be constantly be buying stock

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Posted in Upgrades and Third Party Parts

Tiny Whoop Flight Controllers Comparison

Oscar Liang put up a handy compassion and 1km high review of the different Third Party boards for the Tiny Whoop.  Worth a skim if you’re thinking of upgrading. Tiny Whoop Flight Controllers Comparison

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Posted in Upgrades and Third Party Parts

My Tiny Whoop Charging Station

(Blurry picture is blurry) So I received all the things yesterday.  I honestly think I’m (mostly) done spending money on the Inductrix, save for some replacement bits as things wear out. First, that E-Flite box is the Celectra 4-Port Charger,

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Push on prop fix

So I’ve had… a very, very bad run over the last few days when it comes to my Inductrix. My kid lost one of the screws for the inductrix while I was replacing the frame I’m having a lot of

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Posted in Repairs
Quick About
A complete novice to electronics, drones, and pretty much all things RC with OCD has thrown himself head long into FPV freestyle and racing!

Currently crashing:
Custom Built Airblade Eclair V2 Lite
Custom Built Tiny Whoop on Acrowhoop V2 board.
Custom Built Tiny Whoop on Furibee F3 board
Custom Built Beebrain v1.2
Emax Babyhawk on a Carbonfiber Frame
TBS Vendetta V1