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Brushless Tiny Whoop – Grandaddy Whoop BetaFPV Beta75X

Brushless Tiny Whoop – Grandaddy Whoop BetaFPV Beta75X


The line between a Tiny Whoop and a mini quad is getting pretty blurred.  Brushless Tiny Whoops are closing the gap pretty quickly.

brushless tiny whoop betafpv beta75x

Last year BetaFPV came out with the Beta75 PRO.  The BetaFPV Beta75x is a brushless Tiny whoop that accepts 2s batteries.  That means more power, more stability and lots more fun!

brushless tiny whoop betafpv beta75xBetaFPV Beta75x Specifications
  • F4 processor
  • BetaFlightOSD with SmartAudio
  • 6A/10A BLHeli-S ESC
  • 0mw, 25mw and 200mw VTX
  • 1103 11000kv motors
  • 40mm 4 blade props
  • available in FrSky or DSMX
  • 41g without battery
  • includes a 300mAh 2s battery

The brushless 1103 11000kv motors uses a c-clip to hold the 1.5mm shaft on.  On previous versions of the BetaFPV motors they had issues with the bells coming off because there weren’t secured on the motor.  The c-clip seems to have fixed the issue.

brushless tiny whoop betafpv beta75x

Unlike other brushless Tiny whoops that use a single stack ESC and FC AIO board.  The Beta75x is a three stack build.

The Beta75x has a 6A continuous 10A peak BLHeli-S ESC on the bottom, a F405 processor flight controller and a Z02 VTX.  The camera is connected to the Z02 via a wire and not directly soldered on like most tiny whoops.  The new Z02 VTX has three selectable power outputs, 0, 25 and 200mw via SmartAudio!

Handful of fun!

The biggest noticeable difference is the power!  Flying the brushless tiny whoop Beta75x feels more like flying a mini quad than a Tiny Whoop.  The BetaFPV Beta75 has more than enough power to fly in acro mode.  You can power through turns and do simple flips and rolls without crashing to the ground afterwards.

The camera and VTX on the Beta75x are excellent.  Flying in the indoor track I was getting better video on my Beta75x than on my 3″ Phuket running a TBS Unify Race!

I’ve been running the Tattu 300mAh 2s which will give you around 1:30 – 1:45 of flying in acro on a big track.  For smaller tracks these batteries would do fine but for bigger tracks a 450mAh 2s would probably be better.

If you are looking for something you can fly in your backyard, the BetaFPV Beta75X would be the perfect quad.  Check it out!  I think you’ll really like it.

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2018-10-22T12:30:00+00:00 Review|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Eric 10/22/2018 at 9:29 pm - Reply

    Hi Mike, I have the 75 Pro and the 75 brushed. The brushed is good for racing indoors in Horizon mode and the Pro is good for flying bigger courses, outdoors, and air mode. Decent power for acro and handles wind really well. But this X model is 2s! I’m close to going for it because I love the Pro and kind of hate 1s packs, is it really better than the 1s Pro? Also I have a few Tattu 300 and 450 2s packs. They are really good, long lasting packs…
    Thanks

    • Mike Tseng 10/23/2018 at 8:52 am - Reply

      I’d say yes! I have the 72s and 75 PRO as well. the 2s 75X feels much more powerful and flies closer to a mini quad than a tiny whoop. i’m loving it with the 300 and 450 tattu’s

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