I had to do something similar to this, but it seems the names of the parameters have changed in Mission Planner. I think (hope) I’ve done it correctly and got it working right, but I’m still testing.
I set my MOT_PWM_MIN and MOT_PWM_MAX to be 1120 and 1920 respectively. Motors all start at the same time now, and I can throttle up and down and get a response… But I’m still not sure everything’s correct because:
When I pull my stick all the way down, is this not a motor stopping action? So far, I must disarm by pulling the throttle stick to the left, but I’d rather full down throttle for a second stops the motors. Then when I go above half throttle and try to bring the rpms on the motors down, it hesitates big-time. Maybe it’s trying to maintain altitude? IT also seems to be hovering a little strongly, so maybe I need ot adjust something there.
I’ve got to get the props off it before further testing. So far I’ve been weighting it down with 40 lbs of sandbags and also getting underneath and holding it with one hand in case the s1000 gets too crazy while operating the controller with the other, but the thought of it getting out of control in the living room is motivating me to get the props off it.