Thank you.It's worth noting some on found the the screw on the transforming clamp was bottoming out and as such the clamp was not gripping the splines allowing the arm to move.
If you find this it could be worth using a smaller screw or putting a washer behind it.
Alternatively it's a warranty issue.
I will check mine when I get in, I know my landing mode positions are the same but have not checked in flight up.Can someone please confirm for me that both landing and flying positions of the gear are of equal pitch?
My landing mode is off by a 1/4” after adjusting the pitch in the flying mode. There seems to be no medium for me.
Thank you in advance.
Yes that is correct, thank you.I will check mine when I get in, I know my landing mode positions are the same but have not checked in flight up.
So just so I understand what your saying when you adjust it in landing mode so it's correct it's out with the gear up ?
Thank you for checking.Ok checked on the ground and both basically line up correctly, transformed and IMO looking from the front the LH side prop is pointing higher than the right, I need to look into this more but from looking quickly I'm sure that they are not aligning, now this may by completely correct as DJI have used some funny motor angles in the passed on the phantoms ect.
I would set it on the ground and not worry a minute.
How do you put it in flying position?So my alignment is off in the landing position by over a 1/4 inch. I aligned it in the flight position for now and will test when the weather permits.
I previously had done the alignment with the gear down, I was experiencing a slight drift, so this may fix that.
I may have to end up finding someone local with an alignment tool.
Hey MRaymond, did you find any specific measurements to go by or did you simply use the photos posted earlier in this thread?Reviving an old post. I am in the process of changing my arm on the Inspire 2. Anyone have any tips for how to align the props , in landing mode- would a good indication be having the feet perfectly flat on a level surface? Any measurements or insight would be helpful. I don’t think the other arm is misaligned, so maybe try and match them together and see what happens. Other than that disassembly was surprisingly not too difficult