To upgrade your Inductrix to a Tiny Whoop, remove the canopy and props. Then unplug the motors and remove the bands securing the wires on the motor mounts.
Use a blunt tool such as a 2mm Allen wrench to push the motors out of their mounts. Make sure the connector doesn’t get caught on the way through.
Check the motor spin orientation by looking at the wire colors. For Micro Motors, the motors with the black and white motors spin counterclockwise, and the motors with the red and blue wires are clockwise.
Insert the connector through the motor mount and slide the motors into place.
Plug motors into the corresponding connectors and replace the bands to secure the wires.
Install the camera by using a splitter from the Inductrix FPV or by soldering the Hyperion 600TVL directly to the top of the battery lead.
Secure the camera using either small rubber bands or a single piece of double sided tape.
Replace the props, and you’re ready to test and fly!
Jesse Perkins, Big Whoop team pilot, and creator of the "Tiny Whoop" has a whole youtube channel dedicated to the Tiny Whoop and micro flight adventures! You can check it out here: Youtube.com/TinyWhoop