Originally Posted by F1nut
No, both were connected. And I've heard that this is a problem. On my original Cruiser it was the same because that is the way it comes I believe. I had close to 50 flights on that one and its end came from pilot error. But that does add another theory.
Another thought I had was on the esc programming. I believe I had the voltage cutoff on high. Is that also a wrinkle?
I will defer to someone who knows more about brushless twins.
I have a brushed twin so only one ESC.
But wondering if one BL ESC cut-off was set higher than the other might one motor quit earlier than the other?
My first thought was that one aileron servo came loose from it's mounting.