"This is my ideal Tiny Whoop setup." - Jesse Perkins
The Tiny Whoop Racer (TWR) is the best Tiny Whoop setup for speed, control, durability and safety. You'll find that you have considerably more control in angle mode flight - snapping to your desired angle much faster than any setup using any betaflight flight controller. It's the most control possible for racing and precision flight period.
Each TWR will come with plenty of extras.
We're including two batteries - one Tiny Whoop 205mah HV pack and one Tiny Whoop 255mah HV pack. Additionally we're including a parallel charging harness to charge up to 4 batteries with a standard charger, like the EV Peak HV Charger. You'll also get an extra set of Special Sauce motors, two other camera mounts (20° and 30° to replace the installed 10° mount if you wish), and a set of Tiny Whoop stickers - including Tiny Whoop cross-hare targets to stick on your pals at the next Tiny Whoop party for facepunching or other games.
You'll notice slight oscillations at the beginning of your batteries using this power system. I chose a setup that has maximum power on a board that cannot be tuned, so be aware this is normal.
Check out the collection of colors and patterns of the Stingray Skin Canopy Here.
There are subtle but important changes to the latest stock flight controller. It's tuned for slightly faster motors, but more importantly the angle mode (aka stabilized, aka autolevel) is now capable of reaching a steeper angle at max throttle. This means faster flight and more control, especially when you need to make snap corrections. With a computer transmitter and extended endpoints, this setup moves very, very fast.
We've installed my ideal motors in this setup - the now-famous Tiny Whoop Special Sauce 17300kv motors. These motors are the fastest that this flight controller can handle without considerable oscillations. You may still feel a slight shakeduring a hover at the beginning of a battery, especially if you're charging to high voltage, but at max throttle you'll understand why. The power is awesome.
All TWR aircraft come with the PowerWhoop Pigtail installed. This is the new PH2 connector that has become the new standard after Benedikt Haak revealed to the global community that the original Micro JST pigtail was a bottleneck in the whoop's power system. That means you'll get longer flight times and more power.
Each TWR is built on a stock frame that has been reinforced in 36 important places. The struts that connect the motor mounts to the ducts are a weak point in the stock frame and we hand-reinforce each of these points with Welder glue, available in our Reinforcement and Repair Kit.
The TWR uses the new, ultralight and canopy-ready FX900TW camera combo. Weighing in at 3.4g (reinforced circular polarized antenna) or 3.0g (dipole antenna) this setup is extremely light and small, fitting perfectly under our new Stingray Skin canopy. You can purchase the TWR with a standard white canopy if you'd like to paint or decorate it yourself, or you can purchase the TWR without a canopy and select one of the many colors and hydrodipped options.
The Stingray Skin canopy is the new canopy design by Tiny Whoop artist and musician Ben Shepard. You can choose to get the stock white canopy or buy the TWR without a canopy and pick one of the many other colors and patterns. It's beautiful. I mean look at this thing. They're available in a myriad of colors and designs here.
Your new Tiny Whoop Racer will also include two additional camera mounts for those of you that want a steeper angle for faster flight. The 10° mount will be installed and ready to fly, but you'll get a 20° and 30° mount as well.
This aircraft comes with 2 batteries - the Tiny Whoop HV 205mah and the Tiny Whoop HV 255mah. Both batteries can be comfortably charged to 4.35v, giving them an extra boost of power, or they can be charged to 4.2v (standard voltage) for more throttle resolution. Both batteries are made by MyLipo, the Tiny Whoop standard and the highest quality batteries in the Tiny Whoop world.
When we hosted the Tiny Whoop Invitational 2017, 18 pilots traveled to colorado from around the USA and Canada. They showed up with all kinds of flight controllers and motors, but after day 2 literally everyone was flying this setup - with this flight controller, motor and battery combo. It is the choice of professionals. You won't be disappointed.