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Phantom 4 Lifting

Discussion in 'Phantom 4 Discussion' started by Belziodak, Aug 4, 2016.

  1. Belziodak

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    1. Ive had my p4 for 2wks now and am really impressed with everthing it does.
    2. I have seen guys lifting material with theirs.
    3. Does this or will it eventually ware motors out quicker.
    4. Curious
     
  2. Geeno

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    Im pretty sure it puts additional stress on the motors. Again, its not built to lift stuff.
     
  3. Erised

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    It will reduce the life of your AC. Once in a while why not. The extra load will generate more heat in your motors and more importantly the faster discharging of your batteries will heat them up big time and reduce their life expectancy. The motor bearings can take the load and faster rpm, your biggest concern is heat.
     
  4. Vision

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    I would do it in the winter time if you must.
     
  5. Belziodak

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    Thanks guys just curious.But we all know what happened to the cat.lol
     
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