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Originally Posted by xlcrlee View Post
Also the motor will be hotter and the fast-moving linkages tighter. This is quite common: even my tiny nano-quads show the same > not only does the LIPO voltage go down a bit, but more significantly, the crude motor bushings get tighter because of friction-heat, and require more power.

Gotta "feed the beast!" ..... his name is Entropy
Thanks for the explanation and for the quick Thermodynamic lesson

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