Where do i put the blades
Its actually quite simple if you follow what I say. I am assuming that you removed them all and forget where they go.
Usually, the two front rotors are a lighter colour, but opposite in pitch/rotation.
What you must not forget is that all propellers must only try and pull upwards, that is blow air downwards.
Then power the model without props and make each motor run (or all 4 together without any props. Note on a piece of paper the direction of rotation of each motor, mark front at the right place on the paper!
Now look at each light coloured props, they should be opposite handed, imagine them turning in the direction of each front motor and pulling upwards. Put each one on the front motors as you think they should go.
Switch on the copter, link the remote control, hold model firmly and make motors turn. Both motors should blow air downwards. If the opposite, swap them. Test again.
Do the same for the rear motors.
Do not forget that the colours are only to help with finding the front when flying, otherwise the pair of propellers at the front are the same as the ones at the back....so you can place the coloured pair you like for the front or the back, where you wish to have them.
I hope this helps.
By the way, the motors are often sold as four, each one with its own position, but in fact the motors are either turning CW or CCW.
I have not ever tried reversing polarity, as this might possibly damage a motor if they are brushless....so don't try that unless you KNOW its OK.....
Someone here may already know for certain....
Jul 18, 2014 |
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