Originally Posted by losifanatic
If tuned properly you shouldnt need to.
With an electric a hit of throttle will stop it from torqueing. I have noticed with gas when you hit the throttle it will torque. Took me a bit to get used to that after flying nothing but electrics.
aerodynamics doesn't know what is causing the prop to go around, no difference between electrics and gassers... it's probably just prop selection with respect to prop weight and dimensions. Get a light prop on there like a Falcon or Vess carbon, sweetness. Throttle pulsing on 104's can actually get them to rotate slowly against torque.