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HD-FLHT

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Has anyone ever tried these carbon fiber or any other carbon fiber blades? If so, how are They? What do you use for replacement blades, or just use authentic DJI? Screenshot_20180507-174403.jpg
 

DameEdnaBrown

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I tried carbon fibre blades for the first time ever got a low signal problem. It was the CF blades upsetting the Wi-Fi. Went straight back to DJI props no problem at all
 

MannyCAM2001

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The propulsion system is perhaps the most important factor on any ariel platform, I agree with the others. Keep the originals. Too important, liability too great, cost factor, not even a concern. Just waiting for DJI to release a stealthier low noise version.
We can only hope.
 

MannyCAM2001

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Yeah, in my experiences so far,...Has not been something to skimp on, or be overly concerned about. If it is, I would most likely start using prop guards.
 

suprPHREAK

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I tried carbon fibre blades for the first time ever got a low signal problem. It was the CF blades upsetting the Wi-Fi. Went straight back to DJI props no problem at all
That is something many overlook. Carbon blocks radio waves. Doesn't matter if it is wifi or other.

Back when I built my own planes and multicopters, while it was awesome for lightness and stiffness to use CF parts, you had to plan the positioning of your antennas, use diversity receivers, to ensure you always got signal.
 
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