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P3 props on p2v+

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Bogwan, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. Bogwan

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    Can one use the p3 9450 props on my p2v+?
     
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  3. mcajr37

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    Yes you can I've got a phantom 2 vision and I've been flying mine sense Black Friday with no problems. They seem to be more easier to instal aswell. They do have more thrust
     
  4. Bogwan

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    Thanks wanted to make sure before I ordered.
     
  5. EddieR0691

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    I've got some 9550's on my P2V+ too. The sound is a little different and as mcajr37 says the thrust is improved...as it should be with a 5" pitch vs. 4.3" pitch

    I also find that it's a bit quicker to respond to stick inputs - so be careful if you're used to a "lazy" response.
     
  6. hunch

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    you meant 9450's ?
     
  7. EddieR0691

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    yep, overeager typing finger and a non-detail oriented eye...9450's
     
  8. dirtybum

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    Dang I really wanted to try the 9550s
     
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    :) They would only be 1/10" longer... doubtful it would make a difference. I suppose you could make your own by cutting off the tip of one and gluing it to the end of the other...a little plastic shrapnel never hurt no one (much) LOL
     
  10. mcajr37

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    They do work
     
  11. Bogwan

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    Thanks to everyone for the responses
     
  12. EdH

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    Actually, if you order props from DJI, that's what you will receive (9450s). The 9443 props that were original on the P2V+ have been discontinued.
     
  13. mcajr37

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    You can also get the props from best buy they carry them for 6.99$ USD
     
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    Are there any disadvantages for 9450 ?
     
  15. EdH

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    They supply more thrust. No disadvantages. No choice in any event, since 9443s are no longer being shipped from DJI.
     
  16. Karanba

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    I have 9443 now and I got spare 9450 so Im asking if I should change them since my 9443 are ok.
     
  17. EdH

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    My problem was that one of my four 9443s was broken. Since you can't mix 9443s with 9450s, I ordered new ones, which were 9450s. Just as well, because I'm using a Zenmuse H3-3D and GoPro Hero 3 Silver. I'm presuming I could use the added thrust since the GoPro setup weighs more than stock.
    To answer your question, if your camera/gimbal is stock, and your props are undamaged, I'd continue to use the 9443s.