Propellor in images, a spacer in need?

Joined
Feb 3, 2016
Messages
2
Reaction score
0
Age
40
Location
State College PA
Hello all,
First time poster.

If you do not like constantly editing propellors out of images, flying really slowly, or having a max gimbal angle of 85 degrees, what do you do?

It seems a screw on propellor riser, up an inch, might be a good solution. Has anyone ever done that or something like it? Any other ideas?

Eric
 
Joined
Aug 24, 2015
Messages
4,255
Reaction score
1,214
Location
Phoenix, Az
Hello all,
First time poster.

If you do not like constantly editing propellors out of images, flying really slowly, or having a max gimbal angle of 85 degrees, what do you do?

It seems a screw on propellor riser, up an inch, might be a good solution. Has anyone ever done that or something like it? Any other ideas?

Eric
Welcome to the forum Eric!

Here's one way:
3 STANDOFFS
 

New Threads

Members online

Forum statistics

Threads
12,772
Messages
145,919
Members
15,118
Latest member
vicenteimp