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New propeler blades

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Discussion' started by doubledose, Mar 8, 2015.

  1. doubledose

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    Went back about 10 pages and did not see a topic on this. What is everyone using for replacement blades? Is everyone using the 9443 props or the 9450 props? I have also seen some carbon fiber props. I landed the other day and it tipped and broke a couple of my props. I put on the spare set that came with it but I need to get some ordered but I wanted to see what other people are using and having good luck with. After doing some searching it looks like there are some junk aftermarket things out there. I am not to interested in that kind of stuff. But if you have good place to buy them here in the USA, please post a link.
    Thanks
    Wayne
     
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  3. p fandango

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    I use the dji carbons
     
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    These would be interesting if they decrease prop noise.

    To the OP, I just switched from the 9443 to the 9450 only because I has a crash and broke a few. There's a lot of opinions around and not enough scientific data.
     
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    I buy mine stock props from B&H Http://www.bhphotovideo.com. If you want to use stock props you have a choice of the 9443 or 9450. The 9450's stiffer and were designed for heavier loads and some say they are a bit slower than 9443 up to you which you want.
     
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    i just tried to checkout .. but shipping is 20 dollars??? thats insane!

    you guys paid 54 dollars for the cf props? :shock:
     
  8. p fandango

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    HobbyMounts in the UK does them for £12 a pair with free p&p, so £24 for a set (works out to $36)