The antenna of a top-mounted camera is prone to breakage. A low-profile design reduces that risk. It also allows you to hit smaller gaps (as skills permit) and look cooler, too. Here’s how to build a low-profile brushless whoop.
A LED strip and a buzzer are useful in providing visual and audible cues to what’s happening with your quad and also help in locating it. We’ll add a LED strip and a buzzer to my brushless whoop build. I used a 2-in-1 LED and buzzer module for this modification.
I finally build my #quadgoal: A Rakonheli 66mm brushless whoop. Continue reading “Rakonheli 66mm Brushless Whoop Build”
I wanted to build a more powerful 7mm tiny whoop I did a rebuild of my second low-profile tiny whoop build.
I wanted to practice acro mode flying so I did a rebuild of my Furibee F36-based low-profile tiny whoop.