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New Propulsion System

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by aVex, Oct 29, 2014.

  1. aVex

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    I've ordered the new controller, now I'm keen to get the new ESC's and 2312 motors, DJI themselves don't have them listed in their store. Anyone knows a retailer stocking this and shipping internationally?
     
  2. Meta4

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    Sounds like a lot of expense and extra work for how much gain???
     
  3. aVex

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    You're right, but I'm one of those that always jumps on the latest.
    I change my mobile phone every 6 months :)
     
  4. flyNfrank

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    200g's of additional thrust gained.
     

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    Trying to find the part number for the new ECS to support these motors.
    The quest continues.
     
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    200g's "per motor!" 800g's is a lot of extra thrust! 1.76 pounds of additional for emergency beer drops! ;)
     
  7. slothead

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    I hadn't heard about a new controller. Why would you need it? the ESCs, motors and props should be all you need.

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    Oh, wait, you mean the transmitter! I thought you meant the Flight Controller (FC) in the Phantom.
     
  8. DrD

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    I thought he meant the new Remote Controller <RC>, since haven't seen any other "new" controllers advertised.