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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lawman0210, Oct 30, 2015.
Are blade balancers, and Rpm Laser tool really needed?
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Laser tools might be overkill. Everyone should have a good prop balancer though. I like the SpeedyTM prop balancer. It works well and is inexpensive when compared to other options.
Torx Driver set..
And when all else fails I use this
And so do passsers-by...
Hope not on me
You, or the quad, whichever moves slower... That's why you should fly with someone that runs slower than you...
Done got to old to run Ken ,Maybe strap a gun on quad JK of course lol
But are you kidding.. really??? lol...
And I'm a runner, so it don't matter who I fly with!!
Drone Camps RC has a great vid outlining what one should have in his field kit and also at home to work on a drone.
I think both are not necessary. Our 2 p2v+ have been flying about 1 year now and neither have any issues without having seriously checked balance. We use cheap ebay props for most of this time as we broke the originals rather quickly after receipt of the quads. For kicks I have used a balance beam to 'check' balance; they seem fine.
Perhaps I will wear my motors out in 4 years instead of 10 by flying with unbalanced props. I can live with this.