802 27000kv Tiny Whoop Onesies Brushless Motors - IGOW Season 4 Limited Edition - Dan Sugano

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This Second batch of IGOW Edition motors are a tribute to IGOW Season 4, and feature the text "IGOW4" laser-etched on the side of the motor.


These motors are WAY too fast for nearly ALL Tiny Whoop builds you could think of. They are a part of the DANGER ONESIE collection. They are pretty much guaranteed to either blow up your flight controller, puff your battery, or get too hot and sieze.... or all three. With ALL OTHER products on TinyWhoop.com we GUARANTEE satisfaction, but NOT ON THE DANGER ONESIES. We will not accept returns or refunds on this product and are not responsible for any damage these babies do to other equipment, like batteries or ESCs

IGOW Season 4 edition Tiny Whoop Onesies are requested and inspired by the Godfather of the International Game of Whoop (IGOW), Dan Sugano, aka FPV Skittles. Skittles was the mastermind behind the 3 greatest FPV freestyle competitions that have ever taken place in any class of drone on the entire planet. His ability to bring people together surrounding the gift of flight thru wholesome comedy, genuine appreciation and love of his community is truly an inspiration. Dan, I could not be more proud to be your sponsor and friend.

You're probably going to want a 1.4mm Drill Bit to adjust propellers meant for a 1mm shaft to fit these motors. Grab one here, or grab a bulk for cheaper on amazon!

When I asked Dan what motor he would like to be his sponsored pilot motor, he chose his favorite freestyle motor, the 802 27000kv Danger Onesies, and decided to replace the 1mm shaft normally found on that motor with a thicker, more robust 1.5mm shaft. IGOW pilots are bashers, and when you push your freestyle abilities to the limits, the extra thick motor shaft will preserve a potential breaking point of the motor to last thru even more hardcore freestyle crashes. Dan also chose a gorgeous deep purple color for these epic limited edition motors. 

To make these motors fit the standard 1mm shaft that most Tiny Whoop props use, you will need a 1.4mm drill bit to bore out the props, one by one. 

For years the Tiny Whoop Onesie has been one of the most reliable, durable and efficient motor designs. We chose this design after testing motors made by manufacturers of all micro motor brands. This design completely solves the durability challenges of it's predecessor while remaining very lightweight. It's the reason that the 2023 Whooptopia survey showed it as the most trusted and most flown motor by a landslide, It's the reason we quickly replace any motor that breaks when it shouldn't. 

The Tiny Whoop Onesie has always and will always tell the actual speed of the motor given by the manufacturer. Beware deflated numbers from other brands meant to make their version feel faster.

PCB Solder Pads

Like all Tiny Whoop Onesies, these babies now feature the PCB Solder pad upgrade, which allows for custom wiring colors and easy repairs. To access the PCB pads (where the wires connect to the motor) just peel back the black silicone. I'm proud to brag that our motors were not only the first Unibell motors, but also the first to feature these solderpads. 


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.

Tiny Whoop was the first to discover and release the 802 as a whoop motor.

Tiny Whoop Onsies are not to be confused with Tiny Whoop Onsies.

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