NewBeeDrone Mosquito XL - 65mm Propeller Whoop Frame Miskito

Designed to drop-in your existing whoop electronics, the Mosquito XL transforms your whoop into an outdoor nano beast!

With 65mm props the Mosquito flies like a 3 inch toothpick but at a lighter weight and smaller form factor. 

We recommend using the BeeBrain BLV3 AIO and Gold 0802 18000KV motors with 1s batteries. While designing the Mosquito XL, we found that the 0802 motors provide plenty of power while keeping the weight low.

Note: The frame does not accept the mounting of larger motors. If your existing whoop motors have wires that are too short, solder on the included motor wires. When doing so, check that the solder joints are not coming into contact with the carbon fiber frame.


    • Carbon Weight: 7.5g
    • Carbon Fiber Thickness: 2.5mm
    • Carbon + Battery Mounting Weight: 8.0g
    • Motor to Motor Diagonal Distance: 104mm


    • 1x Mosquito Frame 
    • 1x 1s Battery Mount
    • 1x 2s Battery Mount
    • 6x Rubber Bands
    • 14x M1.4 4mm Screws 
    • 2x M2 6mm Screws
    • 4x M2 9mm Screws
    • 5x M2 Flight Controller Grommets
    • 1x Motor Wire Extensions 

    Recommended Build

    (AcroBee65 BLV3 Drop-In) 1102Motor 1S

    (AcroBee65 BLV3 Drop-In) 1102Motor 2S


    Alternative FPV Gear

    Compatible with the Following

    Standard Brushless Whoop FC:


    65mm Propellers:

    300 Gold Battery:


    Customer Reviews

    Based on 11 reviews
    Aadric Allan
    So amazing

    I love this thing so much

    Aadric Allan

    love the power you can get with 65mm props

    Alexander Cormia
    Nice frame for 3 hole brushless motors

    Good option for a long range 2.5 inch 1s or a 2s ripper! NBD flow 1102 10,000 kv is a blast on 2s. Haven’t tried the 19,000kv variant but I’m sure it’d be fun as well if you are sticking with 1s. Frame is lightweight and strong. Survived a couple of hard crashes and only has a few scratches!

    Only neg is I wish it had the little “nubs” like on the savage bee frame that you can easily wrap 1 or 2 of NBD’s little clear rubber bands on. I do that for the savage bee frame and it holds lipos wonderfully. Instead of the massive ones on this frame and regular mosquito frame. Not a huge fan of the TPU lipo mounts but you can also use the rubber bands on this one.

    All in all a good frame of you’re looking for something in the 2.5 inch range, and can use any of the whoop 3 hole motors. The gemfan 65mm bi blades 🍐 nicely with the flow 1102s. Or try the emax tri blades as well, super smooth. 👍🏻

    T. Franks
    Robust and Strong, Like Good Coffee

    These are solid little frames. I just wish that NBD would offer them in different thicknesses to save some weight for snappier little bugs. I am a newb and I am starting to build my own toothpicks. With toothpicks power to weight ratio is everything. So it would be nice if NBD started offering these in a 1.5mm thickness for those pilots who wish to sacrifice a little bit of the durability for increased maneuverability and longer happy time in the air.

    John Smythe
    Thick boi

    Frame is nice, same design as classic mosquito that allows bottom facing usb access. I agree with WynnFPV’s review that the tabs on front and back are overkill and could be cut down to wedges and motors could use a little protection on the arm ends. Also could make a 1mm or .5 mm thinner version and better battery band option. Overall very happy with the design and secure fc mounting. As always beebrain canopy & ant lite camera for the win.