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  • BranBepic
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    Thanks for response everyone! I actually did look at it an saw it was slightly lifted on the backside on the PDB frame, it was also very hot at the time after I checked it. Got all my new parts today time to get it flying. Enjoy the weekend everyone.

    in reply to: Tri-copter Drifts to right in angle and/or Horizon. #27324
    BranBepic
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    Yes I’ve been flying acro for now, but how is it possible for the props to be off and it’s sitting on the table perfectly still then when armed in angle and giving just minor 5% throttle I can immediately see in clean flight motor 3 is throttling way more than the other motors they were all just uneven all over the place, can it be that sensitive with the PROPS OFF. I’m only asking because my little junk plastic Dromida quad would have better hardware being as everything has been smashed and changed multiple times destroyed so bad yet can be trimmed and stays in one spot compared to a over $300 tricopter which can’t even equally throttle the motors up with accelerometer on sitting on the table with NO PROPS and barely any throttle input.

    in reply to: Tri-copter Drifts to right in angle and/or Horizon. #27319
    BranBepic
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    Small update, I ran the motors in clean flight with the props OFF, the accelerometer was at all 0’s. While throttling up in acro mode there is even input on all 3 motors but upon switching to angle mode motor and slowly giving it throttle I can see in cleanflight motor 3 wants to throttle up way more than the others motors, I’ll do a screen recording after work and upload. Very confused on this as the accelerometer was recalibrated to at 0 and props were off with little input throttle and there were huge motor differences only in the angle/horizon mode.

    in reply to: Tri-copter Drifts to right in angle and/or Horizon. #27300
    BranBepic
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    The roll seems to pick up more and more after releasing stick input and I have to keep about 30-60% stick input to keep it from drifting away. I’ll try balancing the props tomorrow and putting some acc trim in.Even trying to take off from ground level I can see the front right motor not getting as much input just trying to take off.

    in reply to: Tri-copter Drifts to right in angle and/or Horizon. #27295
    BranBepic
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    I’ve tried that at least 5-10 times already even used the marble block table at work digital level everything. I can see the tail servo wanting to tilt more and more as I don’t give it stick input but the yaw is fine just rolls to the right.

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