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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.

    Specifications

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

    Includes

    • 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)

    Alternative FPV Gear

    Compatible with the Following

    Standard Brushless Whoop FC:

    0802 Motors:

    65mm Propellers:

    300 Gold Battery:

     Canopy:

    Description

    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.

      Specifications

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

      Includes

      • 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)

      Alternative FPV Gear

      Compatible with the Following

      Standard Brushless Whoop FC:

      0802 Motors:

      65mm Propellers:

      300 Gold Battery:

       Canopy:

      Customer Reviews

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      MultirotorManish
      Fly’s Great!!!

      I bought this frame for the components I have in my Mobula 7. Initially I set it up for 2S which had a huge amount of power. Then I wanted to try it on 1S and the performance was really good. I’m flying the 40mm Azi props which spool up fast and have good thrust when you need it. I highly recommend this frame for anyone wanting to try ductless micro. The ease of being able to take it anywhere and fly is what appeals to me with this size micro. Is very quiet as well and you barely hear it at a distance. Get one, you won’t be sorry.

      R
      Remark
      Great frame

      This is a great little frame. I used 08xx motors and a whoop board with a cheap $10 micro camera from BG in a NBD v2 mount to make a great 1s quad.
      The battery holders weren’t much good for me but elastic bands make battery install quick and easy.

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      Peter
      NBD Mosquito XL

      As much as I like the Mosquito, the XL is an addition to my collection. I made some changes to my frame to bring the weight down from 7.5g to 5.1g, Is there's a way to post picture here?