Tiny Whoop Brushless motors have arrived!
The Banana Motor was specifically requested by Rab and named by Daylight FPV to take Rabs first place racegow asperations to the finish line. The 802 motors provide steady power throughout the power band. These are great motors for large spaces, high-speed maneuvers, building diving and other outdoor flying. If you want to try to manage a build with these motors indoors, consider a throttle curve.
Introducing Tiny Whoop Onesies!
Tiny Whoop Onesies are the latest evolution in micro brushless motors! This new design was created to maximize durability. I know it sounds pretty cheesy but this new design is truly revolutionary.
Until now nearly all micro brushless motors were made with the bell in two pieces: the top (which is made of aluminium) and the cylindrical iron sides of the bell, which were both glued and press-fit together. Because this original design was not meant for Tiny Whoop style flight, it was susceptible to pulling apart, rendering the motors largely unusable. I found this happening especially if your aircraft was ‘ground-pounding’ or flying a racecourse that uses a slide or other touch-and-go elements.
Tiny Whoop Onesies have a single piece of aluminum that encases the entire bell, and in all my extensive tests, I have never been able to separate it as nearly all of its predecessors would have.
This is pretty much the last piece of the puzzle when it comes to the Tiny Whoop Recipe and extreme durability. For a time now we have had access to extremely durable frames, props that seldom break, the best batteries in the world, and reliable flight controllers. Extremely reliable, durable motors are the last piece of the puzzle.
PCB Solder Pads
Like all of our brushless motors, these babies now feature the PCB Solder pad upgrade, which allows for custom wiring and easy repairs. To access the PCB pads (where the wires connect to the motor) just peel back the black silicone.
Tiny Whoop Pioneered the 802 Motor
802 size Motors are a big deal for 1s 65mm and 75mm Tiny Whoops. The wider, shorter form factor provides tons of prop authority, creating much more yaw control and control when you're pulling out of a dive, flip or roll. They weigh a fraction of a gram more than 603, but it's worth the extra control and power.
These motors have a 1mm shaft size, so if you're using normal Tiny Whoop props (that have a 0.8mm shaft size) you'll need a prop-adjusting Drill Bit!