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New stock props for PV2+ 9443 or 9450???

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by rfwilkinson, Dec 13, 2014.

  1. rfwilkinson

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    The great evil holly bush at the corner reached out and batted my Phantom Vision 2 plus out of the sky.. In doing so, it broke my prop guards and one of my props. I have an extra set of props so I was back in the air in a few. I went online and purchased more stock props. The model number on them is 9443 but when I went to DJI's store, they have one the is "thrust boosted" with a model number of 9450?? Anyone have a comparison of the 2? I am thinking of cutting the holly bush off at the ground and stockpiling props. Might need a recommendation on a chainsaw as well.
     
  2. rfwilkinson

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    One additional question. I have no idea which props came with my PV2+? I just got it about 2 weeks ago and it is the version 3 I think? it has the upgraded controller with the wheel. Did I already have the 9450??
     
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    On the additional question: I know that the 9450s have the number on the edge of the blade (on the "elbow" I'll call it). If there is nothing there, they are likely 9443s.
     
  4. rfwilkinson

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    I'm guessing that means that these are 9450's???
     

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    9450 the only way to go.
     
  6. rfwilkinson

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    Thanks a ton!!! Just ordered a few more 9450's (I will keep the 9443's for extreme backup).
     
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    Mine have the 9450 written in white, you need to look very very close to see it. They look like these ones https://store.dji.com/product/9450-props
    The ones in your pic are genuine DJI?

     
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    i didn't notice enough difference to bother with ones i'll get next, in fact i fancy trying DJI's carbon 9443's
     
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    Carbon props do not have added value; they are more expencive, break more easely and are more dangeres for human flesh.
    Just an opinion.
     
  10. rfwilkinson

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    Yes, the ones in the pic came with my Phantom. I just took a sharpie and ran it across the numbers so I could read them.
     
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    Can anyone in the US recommend a reliable supplier for the 9450 on Amazon? I've got Amazon prime so that can save me some shipping costs - but lots of them look like cheap knock offs.
     
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    So should I run out and get these for my 2.0 or not? What's the consensus?
     
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    I bought mine at davesmotors.com. DDM search will probably find the site. They were only $15 for a set of 2. Free shipping and no tax.
     
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    Do they make a difference?