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Tiny Whoop or Inductrix FPV??

UPDATE 1/9/17: This video got way more attention than I expected. Back when I made this I included music that I did not realize included a copyrighted sample. Didn’t think it would be a big deal but the policy for that song actually blocks it in many countries and devices. As this video closes in on 25k views, I’m getting more and more messages from people complaining that they cannot access the video. I decided to use YouTube’s song removal tool and while I really do not like how distorted and muted the audio gets at times, all the words can still be heard. I didn’t want to do this because I try to keep my content polished to the best of my abilities but hopefully this allows more people to enjoy this video. I hope you’ll take some time to check out my newer videos, thanks!

I fly both back to back to see which I like better and give y’all an idea of how similar or different they are. The specs for each drone as flown are included below. Also included below are some additional details I did not include in the video to keep it short and fun! Leave a comment with any questions you still might have and hit the like button if you enjoyed this video 🙂

my Tiny Whoop specs:
Inductrix FC
Inductrix Frame
3D Printed Frame Brace: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1642087
“Insane Motors” from Excel RC – 19000 kV
210 mah 1S lipo from Excel RC

Yellow Whoop specs:
Inductrix FPV FC
Inductrix Frame
3D Printed Frame Brace: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1642087
Stock 14,300 kV motors
210 mah 1S lipo from Excel RC

Additional Notes:

The Inductrix FPV flight board is different than the original Inductrix flight board. The rates seem a hair higher, but it could just be in my head. Also, to get into ‘agility mode’ (no auto-level) with the original Inductrix board, ch6 had to be reversed and put on a momentary switch. With the Inductrix FPV board, you still put ch6 on a momentary switch, but DO NOT reverse the channel direction! Weird things happen. Also if you use a throttle cut switch like I do, if your throttle cut drops below -100%, weird things can happen. My DX9 drops to -130% throttle cut by default and the motors spun up. Had to change it to only drop to -100% throttle.

The Yellow Whoop is good value for being able to pull out of the box and rip it, but the performance does not match that of the higher performance motors that most people put on their Tiny Whoops.

If you’re looking to get your first Whoop, the Yellow Whoop is a great way to get started. You’ll have a blast with it as is, and when you need more power you can upgrade the motors.

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