Ever since the micro brushless craze began last year, people have been waiting for an official Tiny Whoop brushless motor. Thanks to Mr. Tiny Whoop himself, Jessie Perkins, they’re finally here!
Last weekend the Micro FPV community was introduced to four variations of the new Tiny Whoop brushless motors. The Moose Juice 17,500Kv, Boost Juice 19,000Kv, Jiffy Juice 603 19,000Kv, and Double Deuce Juice 22,000Kv.
I got my hands on a set of the “Boost Juice 19,000Kv” brushless motors for a test build. They’re the middle K
- Frame: BETA65 PRO 1S BRUSHLESS TINY WHOOP FRAME
- Motors: BOOST JUICE 802 19,000KV BRUSHLESS
- Flight Controller/ESC: CRAZYBEE F4 PRO 1-2S BRUSHLESS
- Props: Grey 31mm 4 Blade
- Cam/VTX: FX900TW
- Battery: TINY WHOOP HV 205MAH 1S LIPO
Building this micro quad was just as easy as building a regular brushed setup. A little bit of soldering, plugging in the motor wires, and a quick BETAFLIGHT setup will get you in the air quickly.
The overall speed of the brushless motors wasn’t drastically higher than the top of the line
These improvements add up to an entirely new Tiny Whoop flight experience! Getting micro quads to fly like their 5″ mini quad brothers has been a challenge. I think these motors allowed me to get much closer to this desired feel. For the first time, I truly felt like I was flying a scale micro quadcopter. A big part of this is due to the improved yaw authority. It’s unbelievable. It feels 5x more precise and responsive than the brushed motor micros.
The change in the power curve was confidence inspiring. You no longer have to be in the top 20% of the throttle to fly aggressively. It feels more similar to the throttle range of a 3″ setup. The added thrust and responsiveness allows you to recover quicker from dives and incorporate more vertical flying into your runs. It doesn’t have the power to do a lot of prop-wash inducing tricks, or pull out of a high speed dives like a bigger quad, but it’s perfect for indoors and small spaces. My flight time was about 2 min on the 205mAh batteries and 2.5-3 mins on 255mAh batteries. This is only about 30 seconds less than my brushed Tiny Whoop.
Take a look at my test run in the video below:
I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to go back to flying brushed Tiny Whoop builds. The flight improvements that the brushless motors introduce are massive. The authority, power, and throttle resolution on this build kept me wanting to fly pack after pack. This is a new generation of
You can find them at TinyWhoop.com
Tiny Whoop Boost Juice Brushless Motors
The added power and authority make these motors a must for a better flying Tiny Whoop.
TINYWHOOP Boost Juice Brushless Motors