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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by SamNetwork, Apr 30, 2016.
Slightly updated version of my P3A Checklist:
Click Here to see it.
Good one. As I am learning, you might want to add a couple of items:
- inspect props, especially hub for cracks
- hand turn motors to feel grinding or differences
My take off procedure is a little more complex: first, I let it idle on the ground for a few sec and check for any vibrations. Then I'll quickly ascend to 10-15 ft, and then descend to around 4-5 ft and do a full 360 spin looking for anything that may be amiss (vibrations, odd sounds, etc).
I also usually do a quick once over to check for damage post-flight before packing anything up.
Thanks for all the advice, but there was literally no more room on the page for info.
Rent a bigger room plz