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Motors Discontinued

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Almondsaz, Feb 11, 2015.

  1. Almondsaz

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    has anyone heard of a change to the motors? On the B&H site it shows that the 3510 motors are discontinued, wonder what is next?
     
  2. blade strike

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    Same motors as the e800, no need to have two different part numbers.
     
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  3. Almondsaz

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    Thank you blade strike, makes more sense that the pro fix may be fix d by the 800motor pro attach fitting
     
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    Same motor just adaptors added. I already have them on my inspire. 2 screws, metal spring clip and an adaptor
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  5. Jamo1911

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    Where did you get them Blade Strike?
     
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    DJI, currently testing them.
     
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  7. Tahoe Ed

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    I tested mine yesterday. Performance wise I cannot see any difference. If you get along well with child proof caps then you will have no problems mounting and taking them off.
     
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  8. Rig

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    This is expected to be a paid 'upgrade' for consumers, correct?
     
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    Aircraft owners have always paid for AD's that were mandatory to the airworthiness of the aircraft. In laymen's terms, if an recall came out for your aircraft, it could be grounded until you paid & had the repairs done & had your maintenance logs updated. I don't see this would be any different.

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  10. Almondsaz

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    Seems a waste to not use the two sets of blades we already paid for as long as you use the prop locks they should be ok. Are there any issues with the DJI proplocks?