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Divergent engines

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After a small crash (I described it in the thread of CCC mode) I carefully checked the H, realizing that the two front motors, are diverging from the vertical axis of H.
However, looking at photos of H on the Yuneec site (one attached), it seems to me that the front motors are normally divergent.

I am cross-eyed, or is it true?

Can you tell me if your H has the divergent front engines?

If so, does anyone know why?

Thanks in advance for any contribution.
 

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After a small crash (I described it in the thread of CCC mode) I carefully checked the H, realizing that the two front motors, are diverging from the vertical axis of H.
However, looking at photos of H on the Yuneec site (one attached), it seems to me that the front motors are normally divergent.

I am cross-eyed, or is it true?

Can you tell me if your H has the divergent front engines?

If so, does anyone know why?

Thanks in advance for any contribution.

Mine look like the front motors deviate outward and the back motors deviate inwards.
Not very much, have to look close.
 
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Yes, divergent in pairs ( related to airflow aerodinamics, i guess ) ?¿?¿

(looking from the front)

2 of the bow
2 of the middle "starboard & port" (left & right arm)
2 of the stern

sailor dixit mode one!

Cheers!!
 

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