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02 Dec 2019 20:03:50
Only if the battery is fully charged, leak a few volts and it'll be fine.......
02 Dec 2019 17:19:55
If yo fly a Mavic Mini and get over a gramme of mud on it, do you have to register it?  :rofl:
02 Dec 2019 08:38:56
Not a problem i've had a body mod, I think of Jean Harlow naked on a trampoline  and the new antenna  extends automatically..   :whistling:
29 Nov 2019 17:17:37
That'll play hell with your FPV signal. :rofl:
29 Nov 2019 17:10:20
Won't get me i'm wearing my tin foil hat... :wack0
29 Nov 2019 14:19:03
Because GOVERNMENT SPY DRONES are watching us! :frantic:
29 Nov 2019 11:41:22
BBC News this am ..only 50% of people have registered  for the  CAA  scheme.. If people haven't registered  how do they know it's 50%.. :shrug:
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Sounds good yama. Would love to see some images. 3d models sound cool too
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IFLY4 repair and motor set up advice

Started by Marky, Monday,June 16, 2014, 09:10:12

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Good morning all, I am repairing an IFLY4 (original) for a friend who had to replace the front two esc';s (M1 + M4) as they had alledgly failed, when he fitted the replacement ESC he found that his quad just flipped on take off. On doing a motor test (on computer) I found the following, Motor 1 = Both M1 + M3 rotate, Motor 2 = Nothing, Motor 3 = Nothing, Motor 4 = Both M4 + M2 rotate. I wondering if the correct ESC';s were purchased, or perhaps there is another problem. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Mark.


If telling motor 1 to spin causes both motors 1 and 3 to spin then i would assume the problem is not the ESCs or the motors. The only common component there is the flight controller and software / firmware.

So try reinstalling / reflashing the flight controller with defaults and see if that fixes things. Otherwise try replacing the flight controller

Does the I-Fly use those slightly odd I2C control based ESCs?

If my memory is correct then it does which means you have to replace their flight controller with another the same (i don';t rate I-Fly';s highly) or else replace the flight controller and all 4 ESCs with something better.
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