Twin motor - each motor producing different thrust levels


I am currently in the process of building a twin motor. Upon bench testing of the motors and propellers, it became apparent that each motor/propeller combination was producing different thrust for the same throttle level.

Is this unfavourable? Or can the Arduplane code handle it? If it can handle such a situation, what mechanism does it use mitigate the yaw produced? Will it counter with rudder or adjust the throttle until no differential thrust is detected?

Many thanks for the insight

- zoot

Dear Zoot,

Please make sure that both engines produce the same amount of trust. Don’t relay on electronic to compensate.
Best method of testing is hanging the plane on a single wire in the CoG and see how it behaves.

Best regards,