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  1. jogforfitness

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    Forgive me if this is a silly thought. But, with the ongoing concern of developing stress cracks I was wondering if reducing the brake sensitivity setting would possibly lower the stress put on the motors and frame? Perhaps as little as changing the setting from 100 to 95?


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  2. teccer

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    I've got mine set at 75% on my P3P plus I slow down before stopping, I've gotten used to the phantom drifting on just a little with my old P1V1.1.1
     
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  3. Erised

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    I leave mine as is in case of a holy S moment, just letting go of the sticks in a panic can save the day. I find for me like Teccer slowing down is my best every day flying solution. And your right Jog it does transfer higher loads to the motor mounts.
     
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