By Boeseefus on Jul 13, 2020

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HyDrone_FPV   Jul 21, 2020  

Nice build! I have a set of those motors on a 2in I just built and so far I really like them. What length screws are you using to hold the props on? The ones I have dont really work that well. As soon as I throttled up to take off for my very first flight 3 of the 4 of my Hulkies exploded so I assume I tightened them too much and cracked the hub, and then later I lost a prop because they were not tight enough.

Boeseefus   Aug 17, 2020 

im using normal m2 screws. long enough to have a little bite , but not so long that it gets to close to the windings. those motors are pretty large for 2inch. It could just be those 2 inch props cant withstand the torque. Really not sure on that.

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