Why? What is wrong with the stock props?I put Tiger CF 14 in Props on my inspire. Looks great so far. Maiden flight tomorrow.
Anyone has done it already ? Tips, feedback, etc ?
I don't think so - The Tigers' have a steeper pitch and a larger surface area which means the motors will work harder to turn them since their frictional air resistance is higher than the stock props. This will mean a higher current draw on the system resulting in LESS flight time not more.According to a friend who has them already, more stable flight and 2 more minutes flight time.
They look and feel much better than the standard props. Had Tiger Props on the P2 as well and am really happy. Hopefully on the inspire too..
Pure Carbon Fiber props will shatter FAR more easily than any hybrid prop.I don't have the Tiger carbon-fibre props but I have been using another type of the screw-on design. They are excellent and lighter than the originals. Having smashed several of the supplied plastic props I don't expect them to shatter if I clip something.
Errrr......no, sorry, it doesn't work like that. General laws of physics, you cannot get something for nothing.They will also have higher thrust, so motors will work less for same output. Tomorrow I will compare flight times.
Don't forget you are flying out of spec for the Inspire (which is rated at 4,500asl) so you are in uncharted territory a bit. Your motors will need to work harder/spin faster just to maintain lift.I live and fly at 10,000 feet elevation. I don't have any problem with the stock props but I was wondering if there was a more efficient prop for the thinner air?