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  1. WWK888

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    With the new style props, how is everyone going to balance them? Can you still use the same shaft as the P3 prop balancer?
     
  2. Cale262

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    It look as though there is a little hole that you may be able to fit a rod into...maybe not the 6mm though.
     
  3. Milehighdesign

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    I am going to try to 3d print a adaptor for the P4 prop to the balancer's rod. I had to do the same thing for the P3. This will be slightly more involved on the design side I am sure.
     
  4. msinger

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    GMTA ;)
     
  5. msinger

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    For those who have the Du-Bro 499 prop balancer, I found the props fit onto the end of the included prop balancing rod.
     
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  6. Noble 1

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    Thanks @msinger. Have you noticed the P4 props to be a higher quality than the P3's?


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  7. msinger

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    I won't have a chance to fly my Phantom for the first time until tomorrow. But, visually, they are very nice. And, due to the way they lock onto the motors, I don't think they will ever fly off mid-flight.
     
  8. BlueSkies

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    I doubt if you will need to balance these DJI high quality props. I have the quick release ones on my Inspire and they are perfect every time. DJI has been making high quality props since the P2
     
  9. msinger

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    I haven't tried to balance my P4 props yet, but about 50% of my P2 and P3 props were just a bit off balance.
     
  10. Phantom fool

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    Does it help if the pilot is a little off balance too?
     
  11. Milehighdesign

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    No need to balance the props. They are great straight out of the box. Just checked them all.
    They do fit right on the stock shaft of the Du-Bro.

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