Originally Posted by muck76
first thing i would do would be to make sure all blades are not pushing down from the top, i'd spin all blades to make sure they are spinning level, and then i would make sure all the motor bases are pushed up and all look like they line up correctly.
From there i would take and hold it from the bottom with the throttle off. Keeping it as level as you can, give it a little throttle and watch the blades. See which one(s) are not moving as well as the rest.
If all looks good, try the other remote and see how it reacts with it?
Checked all the blades and straightened them a bit.
Then tried with a little throttle and found that the front-right blade goes up and down a bit when spinning (about 1mm or less). This is the side that the bird flipps to. The other blades don't move up and down as much.
Does this mean I need to replace the front right hand motor?