How to Build and Maintain your Tiny Whoop


Hello everyone welcome back.

In todays video I will be showing you how to build a MultiGP ready 65mm Tiny Whoop. All the parts for this build were sent to me by BetaFPV. A huge thank you to BetaFPV. In this build you will learn how to assemble a tiny whoop. We will solder the camera and attach the video in and out for BetaFlight OSD. We will mount the flight controller stack, canopy, motors and props. This was a simple build and I have been receiving great results. This tiny whoop meets the MultiGP requirements.

I also wanted to include a short list of checks to help keep you all in the air. I hope this video helps and if you have any questions feel free to leave me a comment.

This build is of the FRSky flavor so I will be flying it with my Taranis Q X7.

If you would like to build this yourself here are all the parts I used.


BetaFPV Beta 65 Frame Kit

BetaFPV Flight Controller with Frsky Receiver & BetaFlight OSD

BetaFPV Flight Controller with DSMX Receiver & BetaFlight OSD

BetaFPV Z01 Camera

BetaFPV 230mah LiHV Batteries

BetaFPV Replacement Canopies


The transmitters I use

Soldering Iron I use

FrSky Taranis Q X7


Walkera Devo 7e

FPV Goggles I use
Makerfire VR008 Pro


I film all my videos with a Samsung Note 5


Check out the Beta 65s

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