Get more from your Mavic
The largest Mavic community in the world
Join Us Now

Props changed to Master Air Screw

PANTHER

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 21, 2021
Messages
304
Reactions
286
Location
DELAWARE, USA
I purchased "stealth" props fro Master Air Screw.
Should I use the prop screws supplied with the new props or use the original screws?
If yes or no, please explain why or why not before I change them out.
TIA
 

Phantomrain.org

Well-Known Member
Approved Vendor
Joined
Feb 8, 2018
Messages
4,688
Reactions
7,773
Age
52
You can use whatever does not fall on the floor and get lost, there both good to use , lol
I would use all 4 the same if possible .

Phantomrain.org
Gear to fly the Mini 2 in the Rain and Land on the Water.
 
  • Like
Reactions: hiflyer201

MAvic_South_Oz

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 25, 2017
Messages
5,884
Reactions
4,838
Age
59
Location
South Australia, the great southern land
I would have thought if screws are supplied with props (both OEM DJI props, and other brands like MAS) then you should (might as well) use the new ones, along with the blue loctite of course.

I did find this thread just now on the DJI forum . . .

 

McGanksta

Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 15, 2021
Messages
65
Reactions
41
Age
48
Location
Colorado
While I dont have the MAS props, I think I read somewhere here that the OG prop screws did not work, and the ones supplies with the MAS props are needed....

I can not find the thread, but will keep looking

McG
 

McGanksta

Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 15, 2021
Messages
65
Reactions
41
Age
48
Location
Colorado
i have considered getting them for the colors alone, trying to make my BabyBird more flamboyant, but the last few threads I have read about them had poor comments about the fit/finish of the MAS props

McG
 

PANTHER

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 21, 2021
Messages
304
Reactions
286
Location
DELAWARE, USA
Well Mr. McGanksta, I am now installing the stealth props so I follow up with my findings.
So far the props look good, no burrs that I have heard some say were on the Air 2 props and that sir was not proven to me..
Don't go by hearsay.
Ill be back, like I said, with a truthful follow-up. Stay tuned!
 
  • Like
Reactions: McGanksta

Phantomrain.org

Well-Known Member
Approved Vendor
Joined
Feb 8, 2018
Messages
4,688
Reactions
7,773
Age
52
Well Mr. McGanksta, I am now installing the stealth props so I follow up with my findings.
So far the props look good, no burrs that I have heard some say were on the Air 2 props and that sir was not proven to me..
Don't go by hearsay.
Ill be back, like I said, with a truthful follow-up. Stay tuned!
Look forward to hearing the Review for the Mini 2 MS props , if you can download the free DB sound level and get a number for me at 3 ft as i am still waiting for mine.

Phantomrain.org
Gear to fly your Mini 2 in the Rain.
 
  • Like
Reactions: McGanksta

MROJAS

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 20, 2018
Messages
63
Reactions
84
I do have blue Loctite, but is it really necessary if I'm sure that the screws are tight?

Just ask'in
Loctite is a means to secure the screw threads. They may be tight whan installed but the Loctite will prevent them from loosing up due to vibrations.
 
  • Like
Reactions: MS Coast

DJI Drone Deals

1. Mini SE - $299
2. Mini 2 - $449
3. Air 2 (renewed) - $649
4. Air 2s - $999
5. FPV Combo - $1299
6. Mavic 2 Zoom - $1349
7. Mavic 2 Pro - $1499

New Threads

Forum statistics

Threads
108,148
Messages
1,280,597
Members
138,989
Latest member
Da Flyin' HaYn !