iFlight-rc is doing a tinywhoop for racing: the TurboBee77r. I'm not sure how is this quad for racing but this quad seems heavy for that (55g for 1103/40mm props).

The SucceX stack seems great but this quad is more in the cinewhoop category for me, it is between the mini whale HD and the Beta85X. Except that you don't have any HD camera, and only the EOS2 caddx (a good camera btw).

You can grab it on banggood for 126$.

Specifications

  • Frame Wheelbase: 77mm
  • Bottom plate thickness: 1.5mm
  • Top board thickness: 1mm
  • Flight control pitch: 16x16mm 20x20mm
  • Fpv cam spacing: 19mm
  • Top and bottom plate spacing: 22mm (aluminum column height
  • Build Weight: 55g
  • SucceX Micro 16x16 Tower 2-4S
  • iFlight 1103 motors (1.5mm shaft)
  • Caddx.us Turbo Eos2 Camera
  • Gemfan 1635 40mm 3 blades 1.5mm shaft propeller
  • iFlight Prop Guards 40mm

SucceX Mirco F4 Flight Tower System 16x16mm

  • SucceX F4 Flight Controller
  • STM32F411
  • Input voltage 2-4S LIPO
  • Gyro: MPU6000
  • 2x UART ports
  • 4x motor outputs
  • OSD inbuilt
  • No Blackbox FLASH
  • BEC 5V 2A Cont.
  • Size: 21mm*21mm
  • Mounting holes: 16*16
  • Weight: 2.5g
  • BF target: MATEKF411
  • SucceX Micro 12A Brushless ESC
  • Firmware: BlheliS
  • Input voltage : 2-4S LIPO
  • Continuous current: 12A
  • MCU: BB21F16G
  • BEC: None
  • ESC protocol: PWM, oneshot125, multishot, dshot150, 300, 600, etc.
  • Size: 23mm*21mm
  • Mounting hole 16*16mm
  • Weight: 2.7g

SucceX Mirco VTX-Power: PIT/25/100/200mW

  • Antenna interface: IPEX (UFL)
  • Telemetry: IRC Tramp
  • Size: 17mm*27mm
  • Mounting holes: 16*16mm
  • Weight: 1.6g

Receivers

  • Frsky XM+
  • Flysky FS-A8S
  • Futaba FT4X
  • SDMX RM601X
  • Frsky R-XSR

TurboBee-77R-HD-Whoop--5--1000x1000

TurboBee-77R-HD-Whoop--4--1000x1000

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TurboBee-77R-HD-Whoop--1--1000x1000

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