This is the third video in this quadcopter build series and it's all about motor installation.
Motors are very important part of quadcopter (of course) and proper installation is necessary. They create a lot of vibrations so you must ensure that you've install them properly.
This step is relatively simple and straightforward and you won't be having any problems if you follow this video.
1. Use threadlocker on EVERY screw where you have "metal on metal" contact. Multicopters create a lot of vibration and if you don't use threadlocker, screws will come undone and you will crash.
2. Use threadlocker with MEDIUM strength. These screws are very small and using high strength threadlocker could lock the screw so hard that you won't be able to unscrew it ever again.
3. Make sure all of the screws are tight. If any of the screws come undone you will have a lot of problems.
You will need:
NTM Prop Drive 28-26A 1200kv / 250W motors (short shaft version)
NTM Prop Drive 28 Series Accessory pack
Motor mount plates and screws that you already have from SK450 frame kit
Threadlocker (medium strength highly recommended)
Any 2.0mm Hex and Phillips #1 driver
Enjoy RC as much as I do! :)