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Props for dji motors

Started by juanchilo, Monday,July 08, 2013, 18:20:25

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juanchilo

Am looking for heavy duty props that will fit on dji motors!!! Please help.

powerlord

Graupner elektro fit.  Or just get carbon props from rc timer and drill them out - which is what I';ve done now after getting sick of Graupner being out of stock

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juanchilo

Dosent drilling them out makes it difficult to align the hub with the center of the motor, i think it would be pretty hard to get it dead on center otherwise vibration would be extremely high...  :hmm:

powerlord

Well that';s what I thought too.  So I tried a prop reamer.  But I found I got better results with an 8mm drill in my pillar drill.  I';ve done about 10 props so far.  The drill naturally centres itself if you let the prop move a bit and hand hold it.  So far all been perfect - no additional vibrations

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juanchilo

Thanks i will definitely try these.

Jumpy07

I have been using these on my Phantom.. and they are pretty good.. although hard to see in pic.. they have a flat for either side of shaft.. just like DJI Props..  you can get them different sizes..

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DJI-Phantom-Carbon-8MM-9047-Fiber-Propeller-Quadcopter-1-Set-of-4-Props-/251295308004?pt=Radio_Control_Vehicles&hash=item3a825e18e4
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